Croatians Create App that Maps Global Free Drinking Water Sources

Croatians create an application that maps global sources of clean, free drinking water.
This week Croatian startup Freewa launched an Indiegogo campaign aimed at gathering funds for project development and invited people to report in well-known sources of drinking water.
Freewa is actually an ecological water bottle and mobile application that can be used to locate the nearest drinking water, whether it is a natural source or public.
Freewa glass eco bottle & felt bag are made by five recycled plastic water bottles, to further reduce the amount which ends in the seas, and can also become an original souvenir.
People are also invited to located and register free drinking water sources via the app.
The Freewa team is made up of Marko Rašić, Vedrana Vrabec, Goran Ladišić and Mihaela Ivanec.
Marko and Vedrana are Designers and Art Directors with 13 years of experience in interdisciplinary projects and multimedia, and internationally awarded cultural programs.
Goran spent years on management positions in large companies.
Mihaela is a lawyer with a background in tourism and real estate.
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