Three New Devices Suck Water from Air to Solve Droughts

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November 18, 2015

Air, sunlight, and salt are the ingredients to make water, and thanks to a new device, water can appear from thin air even in the middle of a desert.

SunToWater is a company that is harnessing this natural phenomenon. “By pushing air over salt, the SunToWater device can suck drops of water out of the air and then pull the water out of the salt when it needs to be used,” Fast Company Exist explains.

If it sounds to good to be true, that’s because there is a catch. At the moment, the technology is even more expensive than desalination

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