Through our contacts, we were introduced to a project that the US EPA was conducting in Puerto Rico. Project RARE is an evaluation of renewable water treatment and monitoring technologies to support communities in Puerto Rico with the operation of Non-PRASA drinking water systems. The Apeadero community is fed by two sources –a “lower” source and an “upper” source. The water from the two sources are not connected. Four P3’s were constructed and are now in operation and can be viewed in the attached presentation. The water will be evaluated by the EPA to establish the quality of water produced by the P3.