A Pollution-Hungry Soap that Cleans the Andean Rivers
Andea, Fahrenheit DDB

Rural communities in the Peruvian Andes rely on surface water to survive. Just like their ancestors, women get in the river to do the laundry and socialize; but unfortunately, waters are contaminated in the process. But it is an ancient tradition that can’t be simply wiped out. Awa attempt to solve this problem by providing aprobiotic-packed soap bar that turns harmfull practice into a systematic decontamination process: the microorganisms released by Awa soap bars feed on river pollutants like nitrate and ammonia, effectively washing clothes and the water at the same time.


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