Source offers renewable drinking water system with sustainability - Food & Beverage Magazine

Source offers renewable drinking water system with sustainability

Source offers renewable drinking water system with sustainabilitySOURCE is the world’s first renewable drinking water system that sources clean and safe water entirely off-grid and available almost anywhere in the world. 

 

The SOURCE® Hydropanel is a technology that incorporates multiple patented inventions alongside proprietary trade secrets, making it a one-of-a-kind renewable water technology that uses the power of the sun to extract clean, pollutant-free drinking water from the air. The collected water is then mineralized for ideal composition and taste, making premium-quality drinking water a readily available resource. A single SOURCE Hydropanel eliminates the need for 54,000 single-use plastic water bottles over its 15-year lifespan.

 

SOURCE panels can be installed almost anywhere and even work in traditionally dry climates such as Arizona and Nevada and are being installed in luxury resorts around the world, including one of the more recent inclusions, the Roseate Hotel in New Delhi, India. There are also panels in more than 50 countries worldwide, including Australia, Kenya, Fiji, Saudi Arabia, Central America, and the United States. The idea that SOURCE panels can collect, filter, and produce clean, delicious drinking water from the air is a game changer. The panel is a true category creator, as it is the only panel to do everything at once. 

 

Starting with the cleanest, purest water wasn’t enough. SOURCE needed to perfect it for health and taste. SOURCE worked with water quality experts to model some of the world’s most highly sought water. From there, they mineralized their own water with essential magnesium and calcium to increase absorption by the body and refined the alkalinity and taste profile to craft a new experience in water.

 

The water crisis is everyone’s crisis, and traditional water systems aren’t necessarily equipped to provide a solution. Moreover, issues with water systems go beyond water conservation. Having convenient and reliable access to water has the potential to change people’s lives. According to the World Health Organization, 2.4 billion people worldwide don’t have clean water to drink. There are water crisis impact areas in the US from Flint, Michigan, to Jackson, Mississippi. Also, this week it was reported that Coalinga, California, is set to run out of water before the end of this year

  

The company just recently raised an additional $130 million in funding, bringing its total to over $270 million, and has plans to increase the rate of manufacturing from tens of thousands of Hydropanels a year to millions. SOURCE also has a presence in more than 50 countries. For more info, visit source.co. Follow on Facebook @ sourcewater, Instagram @ sourcewater, and Twitter @ Sourcewaterco.

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Debbie Hall is a long time resident of Las Vegas and is a writer, editor, broadcaster and foodie.
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