Veoliaforce volunteers are continuing to lend a helping hand to the Qatar and Iraq Red Cross and Red Crescent to provide the drinking water supply to several refugee camps in Iraq. These include the new Khazer 2 camp 30 km east of Mosul, which is home to 2,500 families, i.e. around 20,000 people. Thanks to an M40 station, each day the team treats 200 m3 of water from the neighboring river. Once treated, the water is stored in two 95-m3 reservoirs and then transported by tank trucks that provide a daily supply to the little reservoirs with rows of taps distributed all around the camp.