The Water groups of Scranton Gillette Communications present a free, three-part webinar series
Tuesday, November 17 at 2 pm ET/ 1 pm CT
About the Webinar:
Atmospheric water is naturally purified, so is free of pollutants, pipes and plastics. These unique attributes make it highly attractive to utilities, hotels and schools seeking to address concerns raised on quality and quantity.
To date, the deployment of water-from-air technology has been geographically limited to the tropics where relative humidity levels are high and water can be condensed in much the same way it is captured through a dehumidifier or air-conditioner.
Innovations with liquid or solid desiccants that attract or bond with water molecules are changing the air-water generation paradigm by enabling pure water to be captured from the air even in the desert.
- Extreme weather events, crumbling infrastructure and emerging contaminants are impacting water quality and placing new demands on our utilities and water systems.
- Atmospheric water generation (AWG) is maturing and could soon prove to be an essential complement to existing water resources.
- Applications in the tropics and for disaster relief have demonstrated the value of this technology. Similar to the solar energy sector, innovation is accelerating and will soon enable scalable solutions to be present even in the desert.