Within a matter of weeks, small-scale reverse osmosis units can be deployed to fight water scarcity. Water is often taken for granted until it's lacking. Through compact, plug and play solutions, Elemental Water Makers enables you to fight water scarcity.
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As a result of dedicating five years of energy, resources and creativity, we are accelerating to secure fresh water today, without limiting tomorrow. We are proud to say solar desalination is making its way to become the new standard. Elemental Water Makers is spearheading the way. Allow us to share how.
The recent impact of the hurricanes in the Carribean require a coordinated response. Water is not only life, it's the key to any development, to secure stability, to enable growth, to provide independence, to develop sustainably. Elemental Water Makers is proud to be involved with emergency relief and rebuilding to provide access to fresh water through desalination.
We are humbled to have received the 1st prize of the prestigious Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Water Award from the Deputy Ruler of Dubai. Out of almost 140 applicants, all active in the field of desalination and renewable energy
It's been more than 5 years ago since we have started solving fresh water scarcity, using only the elements sea, sun, earth & wind. We are proud to see that desalination driven by renewable energy is becoming an increasingly important water supply solution
The British & US Virgin Islands, Canary Islands, Belize, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Indonesia.. What do they all have in common? As almost all islands and coastal area's, fresh water is scarce while the ocean is abundant. Energy is expensive, while the sun shines every day and there's a steady breeze to enjoy.
What is the number one necessity for fruitfulness? It's Water! In 2017, Elemental Water Makers keeps paving the way to bring fresh, potable, water to the world. Thank you for your support, we look forward to cooperate with you this year.
Within one decade, close to 70% of our world's population will face water shortages. Lakes, rivers and aquifers are rapidly drying up. The good news, the Earth is mostly covered with water. The bad news, less than 0.5% is easily accessible fresh water
While the northern hemisphere is busy enjoying summer, our office is buzzing with activity. The Greek President Pavlopoulos has paid us a visit to discuss the water supply for the Greek islands. Accompanied by the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Xydakis...
Past two months have been about spreading the word that it's possible to enjoy an affordable and reliable water supply through desalination, without having to worry about the cost of electricity. First we have been to the Virgin Islands...