Water from air: ASU professor’s technology produces clean drinking water around the globe
As Zero Mass Water’s technology is being used in more places around the work to help communities prevent water scarcity, the company is also involved in education outreach to teach younger generations about society’s water challenges. The company emerged from research led by Fulton Schools Associate Professor Cody Friesen, who developed a system to produce water by capturing moisture from atmosphere. Students at a Phoenix elementary school recently got an introduction to the science and engineering involved in Zero Mass Water’s system, along with a lesson about the importance of developing renewable water resources for the future.
See also: Engineer discovers how to extract water from air and sunlight, The Hill/Changing America, November 8
From thin air: Partnership brings clean water-bottling technology to Flint, Crain’s Detroit Business, November 10