Every person around the world needs roughly 20 to 50 liters of water – safe and clean water – in a single day to drink, bathe, and cook with.
The lack of accessible water has sparked a desire for scientists and benefactors worldwide to come up with various and creative ways of creating clean water for our thirsty world for years to come.
In this article, we’ll discuss seven new technologies that people with no access to clean water can hope to rely on in the near future.
A more creative way to create clean water is The Drinkable Book, a technology created by Carnegie Mellon scientists in partnership with the Water is Life non-profit.
That’s why Innovative Water Technologies created a system to filtrate water – namely, the SunSpring Hybrid – which can provide a community with up to 20,000 liters of clean water in a single day and lasts ten or more years.
As you can see above, there are quite a few solutions being developed that provide clean water to drought-affected areas as well as to areas with polluted water.
Even though these two conditions affect roughly 30% of humanity, it goes without saying that any living person must have access to clean and safe-to-drink water! As such, we can only hope that more and more new technologies are developed in order to quest the thirsts of our thirsty world.