Without water, life would not exist. It is a prerequisite for all human and economic development. Yet today, 780 million people – about one in nine – lack access to clean water. There has been significant public attention paid to the issue of water scarcity lately, and for good reason. Although water is a renewable resource, it is also a finite one. Only 2.53 per cent of earth’s water is fresh, and two-thirds of that is locked up in glaciers and permanent snow cover. Moisture contained in the atmosphere is a practical water source. The atmosphere contains 3,500 cubic miles of water or .001% of the earth’s total water reservoir volume of 350 million cubic miles. Even if all 7 billion people on earth used water from water vapor processors at the rate of 13 US gallons per day, they would only consume .002% of the available atmospheric water.
Water is Scarce - The numbers are staggering: Lack of access to clean water and sanitation kills children at a rate equivalent of a jumbo jet crashing every four hours.443 million school days are lost each year due to water-related illness. Women and children bear the primary responsibility for water collection in the majority of households. This is time not spent working at an income-generating job, caring for family members, or attending school.
Who are "Next Gen" - Next Gen is now a developer, manufacturer and distributor of Atmospheric Water Harvester (AWH) technology. This technology provides a cost-effective solution to the global shortage of drinking water by extracting water from air and turning it into clean, healthy drinking water.
“NextGen” machine - Next Gen has developed a protoype of the “NextGen” machine, suitable for home and office use - Next Gen’s AWH machines continuously simulate the “dew point” allowing water to be collected even in relatively low-humidity conditions. Air is drawn through a specially designed filter that removes dust and purifies the air......