Our Team


Pau Verdaguer


In charge of the engineering portion of the challenge. As well as keeping track of the memory

Studies at: LHUsurbil


Daniela Rojas

Graphic Designer

Her jobs includes transfereing the data and presents them in a different layout

Studies at: Ceinpro


Ruben Garcia


Takes care of all of the plumbing that goes into the project

Studies at: Tolosaldea LHI


Kevin Sande


Will do all of the masonry wor that the job requires

Studies: IES Construcción BHI & CIFP Aretxabaleta

The following presentation gathers the proposal that the Basque Team came up with for the Community Plumbing Challenge India 2015

Rubén Garcia installation testing
Cleaning stones
Tank testing

Our First Challenge:

Our challenge is:enable a class of 60 school students (between the ages of 5–15 years old) to wash their hands after toilet use and before meals (one meal on site, per day). Supply water to the handwash facility and dispose of wastewater safely. Engage and inspire stents via lessons and activities relating to the health aspects of plumbing and sanitation. In order to acomplish this objectives we have designed a solution for a new handwashing facility at the School 125, in Mukiti Dham, Nashik

Our project

Community Plumbing Chagenge

Brief 1

Full design solution for a new Handwashing facility at School 125, Mukti Dham, Nashik.
Presentation of design solution to a Community representative group.
Design and delivery of a class lesson.
Design and delivery of skills training.

Brief 2

Enable the urinals in all three toilets at the school to be individually flushed.
Supply water to the urinal facilities and dispose of wastewater safely.

Brief 3

Create a cleaner, and more user-friendly environment in these toilets.

India huge and fast growing population is putting a severe strain on all of the countrys natural resources. Most water sources are contaminated by sewage and agricultural runoff. India has made progress in the supply of safe water to its people, but gross disparity in coverage exists across the country.
Although access to drinking water has improved, the World Bank estimates that 21% of communicable diseases in India are related to unsafe water. In India, diarrhea alone causes more than 1,600 deaths daily. Hygiene practices also continue to be a problem in India. Latrine usage is extremely poor in rural areas of the country; only 14% of the rural population has access to a latrine. Hand washing is not very commun increasing the spread of disease.