‘the world’s first and only hydropanel’
We take water very much for granted, as discussed on Laurie Taylor’s Thinking Allowed on Radio 4 today:
Here’s a clever new technology: it might not seem appropriate for water-logged Britain, but even here we need to be thinking about long-term sustainable supplies of essential resources:
As the climate crisis continues to unfold, professionals in architecture, engineering, and sustainable design have relentlessly searched for new ways to mitigate the negative effects of modern industrial production. One group of such innovators, Zero Mass Water, have contributed to this effort through their creation of ‘the world’s first and only hydropanel’ – an apparatus called SOURCE…
For example, Australian NBA player Patty Mills’ philanthropic Community Water Project partnered with Zero Mass Water to supply clean drinking water to Indigenous communities living in drought-stressed areas of arid Australia…
With a single panel providing enough water for 2-3 people, the technology could be used not only for large communities but for sustainably-focused residential homes as well. A product with the power to deeply affect people’s lives, SOURCE’s possibilities are seemingly limitless.
With more from the company here: