33 Buckets: Solution to global clean water crisis has ASU flavor

How can 33 Buckets change the world? Meet the ASU students who are creating a solution to the global clean water crisis.

Einstein once said: “Try not to become a person of success, but rather try to become a person of value.” A growing number of today’s college students embrace this message. They go to school to gain skills and insights with the idea of using them to better the world. Many of these social entrepreneurs come to the table with big ideas; some make a huge impact. Mark Huerta is one of them.

ASU Engineering doctoral student Mark Huerta, along with fellow engineering students formed “33 Buckets,” a nonprofit whose mission is to create filtration systems and sustainable infrastructures for developing countries with no access to clean drinking water.

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