In an age where water availability is scant and the key resource toward sustaining all forms of life on the planet is becoming as rare to find and harder to retain as is maintaining peace amid chaos (wherever in the world), those who are dedicated at generating and preserving water must be heralded as real heroes. And it does seem that the term ‘genius’ or ‘legend,’ which is so often bandaged loosely does find an honest subject of decoration or a worthy candidate in such lives. So who can be such an avid example?
Well, where it stands at the present, look no further than a Dubai-based company that is actually generating water out of thin air. You read that right. Perhaps what’s fitting in this case is that the instance of marvellous creativity has come in that very part of the earth, which is often stifled by the scarcity of water.
Taking into consideration the rather precarious situation that real-life problems like water scarcity can cause, companies like SOURCE Global have begun to extract water from the air in order to come to the rescue of the Middle East, among the regions on the earth most affected by water scarcity.
Portable water generation from the surrounding air hasn’t been a brand new concept or a relatively new discovery; but what makes the idea sustainable and all the more vital is how fantastically can it be implemented with the combination of talent, experience and expertise.
The above, truth be told, are the key driving forces of SOURCE Global, based in Dubai.
But all of that said, what novel concept did SOURCE Global adapt in its bid to generate the key life sustaining force? And how did this remarkable organisation go about achieving its much-needed sucess?
Here is what you need to know. A news report published in Live Mint had the following to say:
Since atmospheric water generators consume a lot of electricity and only work in places with high air humidity, therefore, SOURCE decided to develop a more flexible and sustainable solution.
The company has successfully created mineralised drinking water from the air.
As per the cnn.com report, its solar panels power a fan that draws in air. Inside the device, the air travels through a sponge-like material that traps the water vapor. As it is collected, magnesium and calcium are added to the water to improve its taste and provide possible health benefits.
Besides, the company has also installed its hydropanels around the world at hospitals, schools, and worksites that have difficulties accessing water.
In an age where, day after day, week after week, we are evidencing climate change in its most massacring form, the ever changing vagaries of temperature unleashing upon mankind challenges of great enormity, it is really nothing shy of a boon to have a great solution that can not only produce but sustain water in a way that benefits one and all.
And for all of that and more, one tips the hat to creative organisations like SOURCE Global for engendering that form of creativity, whose end use is the betterment for everyone.