Water from Air produces a machine that turns air into – you guessed it – water.
One Water from Air machine can manufacture 1500 litres per day.
The device – a first for Africa – is made by South Africans in South Africa.
Water from Air exports its machine to the rest of Southern Africa, the USA, Peru, Thailand and Australia.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Water from Air founder Ray de Vries.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
We’ve got them on yachts now!— Ray de Vries
The poor man can’t buy this. But rich people can’t sleep when the poor man is thirsty.— Ray de Vries
We’re creating lots and lots and lots of jobs!— Ray de Vries
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