Leonardo Manavella's ‘Agua H20' Converts Urine Into Drinking Water

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: May 7, 2009   Updated: Apr 5 2011 • References: coroflot &
Leonardo Manavella’s ‘Agua H20’ concept attempts to solve the issue of potable water in developing countries. It’s an emergency device that effectively converts urine into fresh water.

We’ve seen a number of devices that address portable fresh water, and Leonardo Manavella’s ‘Agua H20’ is certainly an eye-opening solution. Check out the related articles below for some other ideas.

Implications - Though society once saw water as a never-ending resource, scientists and experts are now realizing that water may be depleting. This issue is cause for much concern, and has resulted in an array of alternative methods for finding drinkable water. Some are as strange as Leonardo Manavella's Agua H20, while some are more conventional. Stats for Potable Pee Trending: Older & Chilly
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