Off GridSustainable Water Source Even in the Desert

Sustainable Water Source Even in the Desert

Check out this amazing device that is just going into production. It is a sustainable water source even in the desert. The device is called Waterseer and it is awesome.

Water is one of those natural resources that are often in short supply depending on where in the world that you happen to be. Unfortunately, this can be a real problem since the human body must have a certain amount of water every day in order for to function properly and in order to grow food in order to sustain life.

The water collection system that is described in the article is called a WaterSeer. This device has a reservoir buried deep in the ground which helps to pull the moisture out of the air the is drawn into the system.

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While this device was made with poor countries that lack a water source in areas, each one costs less than 200 dollars and could benefit folks who are off grid. This could supply some water where there may not be any for instance after you have land but before you have a well. Or if you live where the electric is out a lot and your well pump is not working all the time.

This article was designed to introduce the reader to a very unique water collection system that virtually pulls water out of thin air. This article showing and describing the Waterseer is from, Treehugger.

The concept is not exactly new, but most of the earlier methods required large amounts of power to generate the small amount of water. The WaterSeer uses wind power and a manual pump to draw the water out of the reservoir.

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Discover how to virtually create drinking water out of thin air and what is involved.
The article and included video describes how the whole system works and how it could easily. revolutionize how water is provided to some of the driest parts of the planet.

The new water system described in the article and video shows the self-powering wind turbine helps to remove the moisture from the air and collects it in a reservoir inside the system and pumps it out when needed.

Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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