Hospital pulls moisture from the air to get clean water
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A hospital in Jamaica has installed a system by Zero Mass Water that pulls moisture from the air to create drinkable water. The system is eco-friendly, using solar powered “hydropanels”, and eliminates plastic water bottles. The hydro panel is composed of a normal solar panel with two hydropanels -- one that generates heat, and one that absorbs moisture from the air. Condensation forms and water droplets are collected in a 30-litre reservoir where minerals are added. The drinkable water is connected to a tap. Zero Mass Water claims that they can produce the equivalent of “up to a case of bottled…
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