Imagine a way to extract water from humidity in the air, and
turn it into a glass of pure drinking water. I just saw a machine
Pacific AirWell provided a water-making demonstration this week
on the dead lawn at the Capitol.
With many communities around the state running out of water, and
some chronically challenged with very little or contaminated water,
these water making machines could be a portable, cost-effective
answer for communities, businesses and homes.
“Today’s Capitol demonstration is the hands-on part of ongoing
discussions with State officials toexplore innovative ways to
reduce the demands upon surface and ground water, and
effectivelymitigate California’s drought by improving the
State’s drought resiliency,” said Matt Gray, Pacific AirWell CEO.
“We are grateful for the support of lawmakers and look forward to
bringing reliefto the people of California.”
One of the Pacific AirWell techs filled me in on the operational
processes of the machines. Atmospheric water generation is a
technology-based process used to condense water… Read More