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Water supply and sanitation in the Palestinian territories - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Water supply and sanitation in the Palestinian territories - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In the Moroccan desert, a series of black polymer nets can, in twenty-four hours, collect up to seventeen gallons of water—condensed fog from the nearby Atlantic—per square yard of netting.

Could Harvesting Fog Help Solve the World’s Water Crisis?

In the Moroccan desert, a series of black polymer nets can, in twenty-four hours, collect up to seventeen gallons of water—condensed fog from the nearby Atlantic—per square yard of netting. The New Yorker, March 2016

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Special nets catch the moisture off of Pacific and provide water to the village of Bellavista, Peru. Nets gather hundreds of gallons of water a day—without a single drop of rain falling.

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Towering Fog Garden Harvests Water From Thin Air

Rodrigo Pérez de Arce, the Atacama Desert Center, and students from the Catholic University in Santiago have designed a fog garden that harvests water from thin air.

Ancient rain water harvesting system  This site must be a very old rain water harvesting and irrigation system, it does not appear to be used any more. A large area seems to have been tiled, taking water down to one collection point - fed into a cistern, from which water can be drawn and poured into to channels to fill drinking points for sheep or water plants.

Ancient rain water harvesting system This site must be a very old rain water harvesting and irrigation system, it does not appear to be used any more. A large area seems to have been tiled, taking water down to one collection point - fed into a cistern, from which water can be drawn and poured into to channels to fill drinking points for sheep or water plants.

Grey water is currently our main source of water for irrigation.  It comes from our kitchen and is in a pretty raw state, with floating food bits and partially solidified fats.  The water is caught...

Grey water is currently our main source of water for irrigation. It comes from our kitchen and is in a pretty raw state, with floating food bits and partially solidified fats.

WaterSeer is a low-tech, low-cost atmospheric water condenser that could help create water self-sufficiency in communities around the world.

Wind-powered device can produce 11 gallons per day of clean drinking water from the air

WaterSeer is a low-tech, low-cost atmospheric water condenser that could help create water self-sufficiency in communities around the world.

Encyclopædia Iranica | Home

Encyclopædia Iranica | Home

How the 60kg WarkaWater makes water out of air S. Aijaz | November 10, 2014 at 9:00 am ...   A view of the water collecting mesh from inside the structure (Credits: VittoriLab Architecture and Vision)

How the WarkaWater makes water out of air

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