New Alamein City to Get Water Generator that Can Make Water from Air
The USD 3.4 million water generator will be established in New Alamein City, and will be capable of producing 50,000 litres of drinking water per day.
Just as an alchemist would blend elements to produce dazzling precious metals, Egyptian development group Mariout Hills is waving its own wand to build an atmospheric water generator that takes water from the air and - puff, just like that - makes it drinkable.
The USD 3.4 million water generator will be established in New Alamein City, and will be capable of producing 50,000 litres of drinking water per day. If we’re all supposed to drink 2.5 litres each day, then, according to our resident mathematician, one day’s output from the new plant is enough to keep someone hydrated for 54 years.
The magicians at Mariout Hills also have a plan to pull water from air and provide drinking services in the New Administrative Capital. The developments mark a diversification of water provision beyond conventional sources, an important measure to combat water scarcity, along with the seawater desalination plants generating drinking water across the North Coast and Alamein.
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