SENEA: Sustainable Engineering for Needy and Emerging Areas

Casey Reed
23 days into 2012, and TU students have already changed lives….
Read this great project report about two TU undergraduate mechanical engineering students who traveled to Guyana, South America a few weeks ago to establish solar powered water chlorination systems in three different villages. This project began in May 2010 and the research and development was performed by students at the undergraduate level.
Sustainable Engineering for Needy and Emerging Areas
Guyana Pilot Implementation

I can’t wait to read the reviews next year, when the students return to expand this year’s project.

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