Local recycling, global impact
Cindy and Brian Neprash observed the shortage or absence of clean water at Vusumzi Primary School and decided to address the need. After researching locally accessible green technology in South Africa, the couple began collecting old record albums. They then used their creative and physical energy to design, produce, and sell whimsical, oversized flower arrangements from melted and reconfigured vinyl LPs. Just seven months later, flower sales funded a new water purification system.
The effort has continued with the upgrading of the system and the hope of installing both another water system at another local school and replacing the water fountains at Vusumzi Primary School. If you are interested in learning more about this project or contributing to it, please contact us or please click here to visit their site directly.