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Israeli Machine That Pulls Water from Thin Air Sent to California

watergen (Photo: YouTube screen capture/Watergen GENius technology)

Israeli innovators figured out how to produce water out of thin air – which was helpful during the recent deadly fires north of Sacramento, California:

The atmospheric water generator called the GEN-350, produced by the company Watergen USA, can produce up to 156 gallons of water per day and is transportable. It is carried by an emergency response vehicle, which is equipped with a generator and charging stations.

“Providing the police and firefighters with the basic necessity of drinking water allows them to serve and help for longer periods of time,” said Ed Russo, CEO of Watergen USA.

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