Our Technology

Natural Desalination

Earth Water is dedicated to providing clean water to the more than 46 million Americans who currently lack access to it. To address this pressing issue, we have developed an innovative approach that utilizes solar power technology to facilitate a natural water desalination process, also known as the water cycle or hydrological cycle. Our proposed solution involves the deployment of floatable stations located approximately 12 nautical miles off the coast of Florida. These stations will perform the key steps of evaporation, condensation, precipitation, infiltration, and runoff, all driven by solar energy.

Evaporation: The first step in our natural water desalination process is evaporation. We harness the power of the sun to heat seawater in large basins contained within the floatable stations. As the solar energy is absorbed, the seawater evaporates, leaving behind the dissolved salts and impurities.

Condensation: The evaporated water vapor rises and encounters cooler temperatures at higher altitudes. This leads to condensation, whereby the water vapor transitions back into liquid form. We design our floatable stations to maximize condensation by providing optimal cooling surfaces and controlled airflow. This enables the formation of water droplets, which subsequently collect on surfaces within the stations.

Precipitation: Once the water vapor condenses into droplets, precipitation occurs. The droplets accumulate and merge, eventually becoming heavy enough to fall as rainfall inside our floating stations. This natural precipitation mimics the natural water cycle, ensuring a sustainable source of freshwater.

Infiltration and Runoff: The rainfall generated within the floatable stations will be carefully channeled to facilitate infiltration and runoff. Simultaneously, excess water will be directed towards designated runoff channels to ensure the optimal functioning of the desalination process.

To ensure the delivery of clean and potable water, the desalinated water will be transported from the floatable stations to a nearby facility located on land. At the facility, the water will undergo additional filtration processes to remove any remaining impurities, ensuring its safety for consumption. Stringent quality control measures will be implemented to meet or exceed national drinking water standards.

Finally, once the water has been thoroughly filtered and deemed safe, it will be bottled and distributed to those in need. Our aim is to prioritize communities lacking access to clean water, ensuring they receive a sustainable supply of fresh water for their daily needs.

By implementing this natural water desalination process powered by solar energy, we can effectively address the water scarcity issue faced by millions of Americans. This innovative approach not only provides a renewable and eco-friendly solution but also supports the sustainable management of water resources, making a positive impact on both the environment and the lives of those in need.


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