Air from water?
March 19, 2004 1:30 AM Subscribe
company has released a device which claims to provide water "anytime, anywhere" (No Goodies jokes,please)
- from the humidity in the air. With two other companies selling these machines in Australia and prices ranging from AUD1,000 to AUD2,300, is this a viable solution
to the massive water shortages
around the world, or just something else to talk about around the water cooler?
posted by dg (18 comments total)
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