For providing clean water to 100,000 individuals in Pakistan technology utilized on early space missions revived by two Fife organizations.

ADVES Water Ltd and Bridge Technologies are working with the James Hutton Institute and National University of Science and Technology in Islamabad to convey high-quality purification facility for giving clean water.

The first Electro Chemical Activated Solutions technology produced to make a cleaner for solar panels on Soviet space make 40 years back.

Global Development Minister Alasdair Allan; Dr. Richard Allan, James Hutton Institute; Tina Wright, ADVES Water Ltd; Professor Sher Jamal Khan, National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad were at the event.

Global Development Minister Alasdair Allan stated: “This forefront technology is presently being connected by Scottish organizations to enhance drinking water and sanitation and building practical groups in Pakistan.

Sher Jamal Khan, National University of Sciences and Technology, stated that it is an awesome chance to work with the two scholastics and trend-setters in Scotland to tackle basic difficulties in Pakistan.

Dr. Richard Allan, of the James Hutton Institute, included that it was “another extraordinary case of the Scottish Government’s Hydro Nation Agenda in real life”.