Water collected from fog nets are drinkable, and since it’s pure vapor, there is no need for purification!
With the help of 200sqm of netting erected in 2005, Santiago, Chilean residents are collecting fog water to supply their water needs. The nets capture fog, which then turns into water that drips into a trough and flows through pipes. The filtered water is fed into holding tanks that supply the water to the elementary school and community faucets.
Antonio Sabino, a local water engineer who tested fog nets 20 years ago for the National Institute of Agricultural Development and Investigation, reported that the nets offer a cheaper solution to cover the water needs of the community.
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