Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have recently come up with a new solar desalination system. What’s best about this drinking water system is that it provides potable water for just $4. The researchers claim that their new desalination system works efficiently and
Water conservation has become a hot and heavy topic in recent times. Drought and water scarcity are not new to humankind, but climate change has made them more frequent and severe. To meet the ever-rising demand for clean, drinking water – amid the global water
With a limited drinking water availability on the planet, it has become absolutely necessary to come up with ways to create more supply of fresh water. In order to achieve that goal, a company will install 200 desalination units in Kenya to convert seawater into
Progressing toward the mission to clean water, a team of Chinese researchers developed a highly efficient, solar-powered desalination device that can produce freshwater from seawater. To date, freshwater scarcity is one of the serious issues that is threatening the development of society in many regions.
Water is an essential element for the sustenance of all life, but owing to many reasons, the drinkable water resources have been declining quite rapidly for the past few years. The process of desalination has gained a certain significance under these circumstances. While there are
With groundwater levels decreasing and rivers drying up, the drinking water resources are declining drastically. Many places across the globe are already struggling for every single drop of drinking water. A research team, led by Australia’s Monash University, has been able to turn seawater into
While 71 percent of earth’s surface is covered with water, only 2.5 percent of it is potable. With the whole world struggling with water scarcity, the desalination device called QuenchSea, which can turn seawater into freshwater instantly, comes as a ray of hope. This device