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As news of Hurricane Dorian's devastation in the Bahamas kept rolling in, George Greene IV, president of Charleston-based international humanitarian group Water Mission, knew his group's water-treatment systems could be crucial for disaster relief. That didn't make the decision easy—it required returning to the place where his mother, Water Mission's co-founder, died two months ago as a result of an accidental drowning.


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