Klorfasil

Klorfasil

Klorfasil is a locally produced chlorination product for drinking water treatment in rural Haiti. This NGO sets itself apart from competitiors by selling granulated chlorine, Sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate (NaDCC), instead of the more common liquid chlorine product. Klorfasil is intended for household use to reduce transmission of water-borne disease and incidences of diarrhea.

Product description

Klorfasil is a locally produced chlorination product for drinking water treatment in rural Haiti. This NGO sets itself apart from competitiors by selling granulated chlorine, Sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate (NaDCC), instead of the more common liquid chlorine product. Klorfasil is intended for household use to reduce transmission of water-borne disease and incidences of diarrhea.

Target region(s)

This product was designed specifically for Haiti

Distributors/implementing organizations
Market suggested retail price

Total cost of goods is $ 10.00 USD; With a heavy subsidization, the price is lowered to $ 2.50 USD per bottle for local sales. Subsidies are funded by the sponsoring foundations (Klorfasil)

Competitive landscape
Target user(s)

Rural households in Haiti.

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