Chile’s economy is largely based on mines that require a substantial proportion of the country’s total available water resources for their operation, leaving only the balance available for the rest of the country’s consumption. As a result, the population suffers in terms of both quantity and quality of domestic water.
The medium scale AWG, the GEN-M is installed in an elementary school in Curepto, Chile
The Chilean government turned to Watergen to find a solution for fresh drinking water and in April 2019, Watergen’s medium capacity water-from-air generator, the GEN-M, was installed in a school located in Curepto.
The GEN-M generates up to 800 liters of fresh, clean cold or ambient water for the school every single day, requiring no infrastructure other than an electricity supply.