Stormsaver kickstart atmospheric water harvesting project with the University of Nottingham
Stormsaver have been at the forefront of research and innovation within the water reuse sector for the past 20 years and we are delighted to share our latest project with the University of Nottingham. The exciting project will develop a unique atmospheric water harvesting system which can produce a water supply for potable use. Funded by Innovate UK, the project will improve access to water, deliver a reliable basic sanitation service, and secure aquicultural production in developing countries around the world.
We are proud to be helping develop a product which gives back to those most in need. 58% of the population in Ethiopia have no access to safe water or sanitation services. It is often the job of women and children in these developing countries who endure the long, dangerous journey to seek a supply of water often from dirty and polluted water sources. The technologies being developed by the project team will help to dramatically reduce gender inequality in these regions by eliminating the need for long journeys and provide a safe supply of drinking water.
Michael Farnsworth, CEO and Founder of Stormsaver commented “We are thrilled to be working with the University of Nottingham to develop an exciting atmospheric water harvesting system, which will transform the lives of so many people experiencing water poverty. We have a long-standing relationship with both universities in Nottingham and this is an exciting project that we are leading”.