Solar Water Works

Solar Water Works provides solar water purification systems that use a photo-catalyst to accelerate natural water purification processes, eliminating the need for chemicals or external power, which cuts operating cost. Their system combines the physics of a solar panel, with the chemistry of a catalytic converter, in a low cost nanomaterial. The system is powered completely by renewable energy; this results in a new, on-site, self-contained solution for water issues with limited budgets.

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