Fog nets do not trap water efficiently enough to work on a large sale–to give water to a city, for example–but they are helpful on a small scale. The reason we don’t use them is probably that in most places in America, you can get clean water at the turn of a faucet. Necessity is the mother of invention, and while fog nets are very inventive, we don’t need them. I think that catching and funneling water from nets would be an excellent project to teach American children, at a nature camp for example. We can also use them, and rain barrels, to water our gardens.
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