EcoloBlue’s Forward Thinking Technology Could Be A Perfect Fit For Artificial Islands Projects Around the World
Since 2007, EcoloBlue has been manufacturing atmospheric water generators (AWGs), machines that make water from the humidity in the air. Co-Owners, Wayne Ferreira and Henri-James Tieleman, have focused on generating water from the air using efficient mechanical processes. EcoloBlue’s large industrial solutions generate water under 15C/59F and with less than 30% relative humidity, protected by an awarded US Patent 8,844,299. The Menorah Islands Project is in need of a water production solution that will be energy efficient and environmentally friendly. With a renewable power source such as wind, solar, or hydropower, over time, the water generated from the air will be free. This could prove to be a symbiotic partnership.
There is a global problem today that EcoloBlue is responding to, in which people do not have enough water to manage their everyday lives. Spending money on bottled water, or walking miles every day, are not realistic solutions to drought and other global water situations. Creating water from the humidity in the air, in production levels ranging from 30 liters up to millions of liters of water every day, is available today.
With the addition of EcoloBlue’s wide range of AWGs, and large scale water stations, the world will not struggle with the sanitation issues and lack-of-water crises that are sad realities for hundreds of millions of people every day. EcoloBlue can create clean water for drinking, clean water for bathing, clean water for agriculture, as well as other solutions and industries.
Many people believe that our machines are magic. They do not understand how water can just manifest itself from the air. But it is a tried, tested and proven scientific process, not unlike the natural water cycle. It’s real, it works, and it can save lives.
The Menorah Islands Project is forward thinking, and a wonderful collaboration of projects from residential to commercial. The idea of the newest technologies being used to bring innovation to the people, and educate them on more sustainable solutions is inspiring. The Menorah Islands will be place where all people can come together, and co-exist in peace. EcoloBlue’s atmospheric water generators would be an ideal addition, to round out the already technologically advanced project.
This has been a guest post by Heather Jepsen, VP of Operations at EcoloBlue