- A former ranger known as Moses West has invented a device capable of distributing water on a large scale
- 12 of the devices have been manufactured and they are currently placed in three carefully-selected areas
- West works with the Water Rescue Foundation and he says the water has been tested by the Colorado Water Authority
A retired ranger has invented a device that helps to supply water.
Moses West invented the Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG), which is capable of extracting water from the air.
He explained that a looming water crisis compelled him to conceive the idea in the year 2015.
The beneficiaries of the project do not pay for the water.
Instead, West works with the Water Rescue Foundation to ensure that those who need water have access to it.
Briefly.co.za learnt that presently, 12 of the machines have been invented and have been placed in the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and Michigan.
According to West, the AWG is federally approved and the water quality is also tested by the Colorado Water Authority.
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