Al Ain Municipality uses eco-friendly device to generate water from air

Al Ain Municipality uses eco-friendly device to generate water from air
Al Ain Municipality uses eco-friendly device to generate water from air

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Nevin Al Sukari - Abu Dhabi - The water condensation system is placed a public park in Al Ain.

Mahmoud Ads, Staff Reporter

Al Ain Municipality has started applying the water condensation system to extract water from humid ambient air.

It has installed six devices in separate areas of the city of Al Ain.

The technology system is based on generating fresh water with a continuous supply from the humidity without using ground and desalinated water.

This way contributes to the preservation of water and natural resources, the Municipality said.

The device generates water from humid ambient air, filter and purify it.

It meets sustainability standards.

It is a eco-friendly technology because it does not produce any waste.

Moreover, it helps purify the air from bacteria and adjusting humidity.

It consumes less power and less maintenance operations.

Engineer Sultan Ahmed Al Masabi, project manager, confirmed that the system's design contributes to reducing the reliance on natural sources of water such as underground water.

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