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New technology could create drinking water out of thin air
  Posted by: Digg on Dec 6th, 2008 7:20 AM
As Zimbabwe battles a cholera epidemic that has already killed hundreds, one company thinks it may have found a potential solution to the world water crisis. The WaterMill is an electricity powered machine that draws moisture from the air and purifies it into clean drinking water. It can provide up to 12 liters of drinking water per day. <p><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://feedads.googleadservices.com/~at/ZCtG7t91AfyNVPnIfJA64UsDZ7E/a"><img src="http://feedads.googleadservices.com/~at/ZCtG7t91AfyNVPnIfJA64UsDZ7E/i" border="0" ismap></a></p><img src="http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/digg/container/technology/popular/~4/cJifS3n4C6w" height="1" width="1"/>

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