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Another step in solving the potable water problem

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 6-Jan-2009 16:37

Some say the biggest problem in our future is not lack of oil - but lack of potable water. Swedish inventor Petra Wadström has developed SOLVATTEN, an environmentally friendly system that makes unsafe water drinkable using solar energy.

The system combines heat, UV and built-in filter in a specially designed container to clean contaminated water by filtrating macro-organisms which cause diseases.





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