Warka Water - Bamboo Structure Collects 100 Liters Of Water Per Day



Warka Water Bamboo Structure

This structure can collect up to 100 liters of water per day out of thin air. The Warka Water is made only from Bamboo and Banana Fiber Twin. Architect Arturo Vittori designed the Warka Water to convert fog and dew into potable water.


The Warka Water does not require electricity or mechanical power. It is driven by Gravity, Conservation and Evaporation. One Warka Water costs around $1000. It can be easily assembled in under a day without the use of any power tools.

Warka Water

Around the world 1.1 billion people do not have access to clean and safe water. 37% of those people live in sub saharan Africa. This invention could help eliminate world thirst.


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