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Billboard That Extract Clean Drinking water from the air

 Clean Drinking water in some parts of the world are very scarce and not obvious. Similarly in Lima, capital of Peru, where residents with difficulty (contaminated) water from a water pick and where it may not rain a year. UTEC, the Technical University of Lima, there is an innovative solution for clean drinking water found.
Tap water from the air
UTEC has developed a billboard
that can filter water from the air through an air filter, condensation device and a carbon filter. At the
 bottom of the pile may Peruvians free water draining. This may be because the humidity in Peru is very high (98%). The humidity will be collected by filters and produces about 100 liters of clean drinking water per day. You would hundreds of families to provide clean drinking water everywhere when you insert a billboard.


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