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It was a hive of activity on day-two of AgQuip. Thousands of people came to see some of the newest technologies on the market, and recognize the achievements of the region’s top farmers.
As the worst drought in a century continues, spare a thought for the many Australians who live in towns that now have no water, apart from whatever they can truck in.
Global water shortages are still a major concern. Five billion people, about two-thirds of the population, could suffer from water scarcity by 2050. Jamie Yuccas shares with us a possible solution that could get drinking water out of air. For the past year Phoenix homeowner Nick Robbins has been drinking water from an unlikely source- […]
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge The founder of Zero Mass Water told me that this kind of early November heat was actually mild for the Arizona desert – and that regardless of the dry climate, he and his team were still able to produce water. Because that’s what Zero Mass does: harvest drinking […]
Zero Mass Water has been named a CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honoree for SOURCE, its hydropanel that makes the highest-quality drinking water by combining sunlight and air. Selected by a panel of independent industrial designers, engineers and members of the trade media, SOURCE has been recognized for its outstanding design and engineering in the smart […]