Carbon Emission Reductions
Households that use a Tunsai water filter 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.
Based on these environmental benefits, Hydrologic is pursuing an application for carbon financing through the Gold Standard Foundation.
Stakeholder Feedback Round
As of Nov 19, 2011, the Project Design Document, Stakeholder Consultation Report, and Gold Standard Passport are publicly available.
Click on the links below to download the documents in pdf format.
Because we have to carefully document the Gold Standard application process, we ask you to register your name, organization, and e-mail. Hydrologic will not use this information for any other purpose than to verify that you have downloaded the documents.
- Project Design Document (1.41 Mb)
- Stakeholder Consultation Report (2.83 Mb)
- Gold Standard Passport (520 kB)
Stakeholder Consultation Report (2.83 Mb)
Gold Standard Passport (520 kB)
We welcome your feedback. If you have any comments, please contact:
Mr. Suk Sovannara
Carbon Project Manager
Tel: 855 97 298 2886