Carbon Emission Reductions

Households that use a Tunsai ceramic water purifier (CWP) typically reduce or eliminate boiling water for drinking.  Less boiling means less use of non-renewable wood and charcoal, which are the main sources of energy for cooking in rural Cambodia.  By reducing the need for fuel wood and charcoal, each CWP reduces the stress on local forest resources and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Hydrologic registered the production and dissemination of the CWP in Cambodia as a carbon project with the Gold Standard in August 2012. Since the first verification in December 2012, Hydrologic has issued carbon offset credits for over 200,000 tCO2e, with an additional 140,000 tCO2e credits expected to be issued by the end of 2016.

For further information about Hydrologic’s Gold Standard Carbon Finance Project: Production and Dissemination of Ceramic Water Purifiers by Hydrologic in the Kingdom of Cambodia – GS1020. Please visit the Gold Standard Project Registry.

Hydrologic welcomes your feedback. If you have any comments or questions relating to the project please contact:
Mr. Im Bora, Carbon Project Manager
Telephone: +855 (0) 23 6911 981

For enquiries relating to the purchase of Hydrologic’s carbon offsets please contact:
Ms. Rachel Pringle, Hydrologic CEO
Telephone: +855 (0) 78687058