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Just outside Lima, Peru, a billboard provides drinking water to whoever needs it - mainly, its neighbours.
The panel produces clean water from the humidity in the air, through filters.
Researchers at the University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC) in Lima and advertising agency Mayo Peru DraftFCB joined forces to launch it.
UTEC says it wanted to put "imagination into action" and show that it is possible to solve people's problems through engineering and technology.
reply to post by 727Sky
Give me a few more pieces of information and I can size this for you.
Where is the location .. you dont have to be specific but I need some climatological data to do some sizing ... things like relative humidity and temperatures.
Is 50 gallons per day what you are shooting for? It wont be constant based on location.