Help End the Global Water Crisis: Join Hach’s Walk For Water Event

Doug Hay


Twenty four teams and over 250 walkers have already signed up to help support Hach’s 5th Annual Walk for Water Event on Saturday, May 5 on CSU’s campus. The event kicks off at the CSU Biology Building patio with Pre-Walk activities beginning at 9 a.m. that include bucket decorating, face painting, music, and all sorts of water awareness activities for young and old alike. The Walk starts at 10 a.m. and concludes at 1 p.m.  


The goal of Hach’s Annual Walk for Water event is to build awareness regarding the global water crisis and provide sustainable water treatment systems to struggling communities across the world.  

It is a daunting task but each team that signs up helps fund one of the numerous global projects Hach spearheads. Last year’s Walk raised over $65,000 to fund safe water projects in these two communities.

Andot, Cambodia- 








Assessment is finished and the safe water committee is meeting with the village to explain the project and finalize a budget plan.

Santa Clotilde, Peru-

The safe water project in Santa Clotilde is underway to provide safe water to the community. This will give access to a school, marketplace, and various homes in the area. 

Join us this Saturday May 5!  Go to to register a team or donate today.