HISTORY

The “Stormhunter” project is introduced by the Technological Water Research Institute Lic. Arturo Gleason Santana A.C (IITAAC) in Jalisco, Mexico. The Stormhunter truck is a mobile laboratory which is used for scientific research and cultural events for various target groups. The mobile laboratory includes a rainwater harvesting system (SCALL) that aims to measure the quality and quantity of rainwater in the city of Guadalajara.

EVENTS DESCRIPTION

The Stormhunter project seeks to generate a social impact, ie raising awareness about sustainable technologies for water management, water use and waste reduction. In addition, the Stormhunter project aims to disseminate knowledge throughout the Metropolitan Area of ​​Guadalajara, Jalisco and all of Mexico, with presentations of cultural activities on the water cycle and sustainable technologies.

The main goal is to generate a change in the culture of water consumption and disseminate education throughout Mexico, in a fun way, implementing the concept of education known to fun.

So far the Cazatormentas project offers five packages of cultural events that include various activities:

Package 1
No. It includes
1 Rain Simulator
4 activities to choose:

·     Contaminated water

·     Past – Present – Future

·     Visual education (Video)

·     Basin simulation

·     Water competition

·     Water wave

Water cycle explanation
Basin explanation
Sustainable technologies explanation: Rainwater catchment system (SCALL)
·     Photovoltaic system
·     Dry bath
General explanation of the Stormhunter
Closing
“For more information contact us: (33)3631-6998”
Package 2
No. It includes
2 Rain Simulator
3 activities to choose:

·     Contaminated water

·     Past – Present – Future

·     Visual education (video)

·     Basin simulation

·     Water competition

·     Water wave

Water cycle explanation
Basin explanation
Closing
“For more information contact us: (33)3631-6998”
Package 3
No. It includes
3 Rain Simulator
One activity to choose:

·     Contaminated water

·     Past – Present – Future

·     Visual education (video)

·     Basin simulation

·     Water competition

·     Water wave

Water cycle explanation
Closing
“For more information contact us: (33)3631-6998”

CONTACT US

Tel: (33) 3631-6998
Mail: info.cazatormentas@iitaac.org.mx

SOCIAL NETWORKS

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