The solution is all around us – water made from thin air
The Western Cape is on the brink of a catastrophe. We are at the point of no return. If we do not work with the authorities to drastically reduce our water usage in the next two weeks, it will have a massive, “never-seen-before” impact on how we live our lives, or don’t, in South Africa in the future.
This will see hospitals and schools shutting their doors, dry taps at home, central water collection points for undrinkable water; no planting season for farmers and industry brought to its knees. It will take years to come back from that.
This frightening scenario was painted by Ray de Vries, CEO of Water from Air™ who believes they have the only immediate answer, water made from thin air.
“Our home water harvestering machine stands waist high, needs no infrastructure or plumbing at all and it only takes a few minutes to install. The water is treated by a sophisiticated ultra-violet sanitisation and filtration process. The result is 100% soft, pure and alkaline water – up to 32 litres per day” said de Vries to media yesterday (Monday).
“The fact of the matter is that we need to take control of our own water supply at home – bleating about government and authorities is not going to make any difference in homes” he said
Get your water direct
The supply of water in South Africa has, until now, been from rain-filled dams and rivers. The alarming situation is that there is very little rain falling and very little water left in dams and rivers. It is touch and go whether the province will last until the rainy season starts.
Water made from thin air is a game changer according to De Vries.
“There is 100 million billion litres of water, in the air and it is much less polluted than water stored in our dams and rivers. We have machines that harvest pure water from the air, whether it is for home and office use or to take your home, office or building off the water grid completely” he said.
The machines draw in air, cool it and then sanitize the water from condensation through ultra violet light before passing it through a filtration process – all in one machine. The water produced is absolutely pure, alkaline and remineralised.
The company manufactures units and modules in South Africa that can make as much water as is required.
“Our smallest machine makes up to 32 litres per 24 hours. It is a phenomenal purification plant that looks similar to a water dispenser found in offices throughout SA. Corporates around the country are already replacing the outdated plastic bottle water dispenser with our machines.
The company also delivers the smaller unit door to door anywhere in the country within 72 hours.
“The key to our exploding business is accessibility and back up service as water is crucial to each and everyone of us every day. This is absolutely vital as we are dealing with the most important need in our lives” he said.