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Solar Power Water Purifiers Bring Potable Water to the Remote (VIDEO)

Talk about dedication: Swedish biochemist Petra Wadström spent eleven years developing an easy-to-use solar power water purifier. The purifier can hold ten liters of water and takes about three hours of direct sunlight to create potable water.

For the hundreds of millions of people without reliable access to clean water supplies, Wadström’s purifier could be a lifesaver.

 
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