Africa has long struggled to find clean drinking water for its people. Millions of villagers spend 4 to 6 hours a day searching for water, and most of time it’s not even clean.
With Africa’s population ballooning at over a billion people, the problem is only going to get bigger and bigger.
Fortunately, a nonprofit has come up with a cheap, quick-to-assemble bamboo structure that will help bring Africans clean water out of thin air.
Their invention is the Warka Water Tower which is designed to harvest up to 25 gallons of water per day from the atmosphere. This easy-to-maintain, passive structure relies only on gravity, condensation and evaporation.
Easy and cheap to construct, the WarkaWater Tower uses no electricity and can produce up to 25 gallons of water in a day by capturing condensation. This could be the answer to water scarcity in parts of the world that have little to no access to water.
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