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EcoloBlue Atmospheric Water Generator Provides Clean Water, Water Security

EcoloBlue Atmospheric Water Generator

Clean water coming from the tap used to be a given but from severe droughts to industrial chemical spills, our water security is growing more questionable. For daily drinking, cooking, and washing or for emergencies, the EcoloBlue Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) from Molecule New Water Technologies* may be an option worth exploring.

Unlike a water cooler, you don’t buy those big five-gallon jugs of privatized water to stock the EcoloBlue. This system works as a dehumidifier and converts moisture from the air into clean water that’s suitable for drinking, cooking, and bathing. Depending on the unit that you choose and how humid your home is, the Ecoloblue can produce from five to 30 gallons of water a day.

The video below illustrates how the EcoloBlue Atmospheric Water Generator works, and you can check out this page about atmospheric water generation for more information on this process.

You can also install a hydroponics system that works with your EcoloBlue AWG. The VertiGro Hydroponics System works with the EcoloBlue, so you can grow cultivate your own vertical food garden using water that you harvested from the air. Molecule New Water Technologies does not sell the VertiGro Hydroponics System right now, but they are in talks with the manufacturer about becoming an authorized retailer.

*This article was generously supported by Molecule New Water Technologies.

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