Impact Engineers, a group of UNSW Engineering students, were judged the winning team by a panel of expert judges in the Global Water Hack on Friday night. Over four days, teams collaborated to develop sustainable business models to support the implementation of water filtration technology in developing countries. The hack brought together students from Engineering, Business and Arts & Social Sciences.

In addition to a cash prize, the winning team will now have the opportunity to work on the project with lead researchers as this project is implemented as a prototype in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and also the case-study area of Gujarat, India.

MCIC and UNSW Engineering congratulate the winners!