Tonight Britain will be experiencing a hosepipe ban due to low rainfall levels in the winter. Apparently people watering their gardens is a far greater threat to world water supplies than the meat industry. If the government is never going to take the far more obvious and necessary option to protect standard water supplies then new technologies must be invoked so the world’s human population doesn’t die of thirst.
Thankfully despite the meat industry nature is infinitely resourceful and a technology is at hand which can override the problem.
Often known as atmospheric water generators, air water machines can meet human water needs from the domestic to the relatively industrial. As far as basic drinking water is concerned even the smaller end of the product range can cater for the demands of a reasonably sized social group.
Air water works by drawing water in from the earth’s atmosphere and this can be done anywhere from a domestic home to an open desert. The technology was even used by the western military whilst in Iraq.
A number of reputable companies are now producing these machines and they are saving lives world wide. One company I found online called Planets Water sell them for 1,495 USD which is probably about 800 Sterling. They also give massive discounts for bulk purchases. So while not immediately in the financial grasp of the average householder they would be for companies and governments with large numbers of offices and classrooms to cater for.
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