Deep Ocean Water Technology could save the Water Crisis in IRAN & SOUTH AFRICA
The Seawater is evaporated at the front of The DOW Water Production Greenhouse to create cool humid conditions inside. A proportion of the evaporated seawater is then condensed as fresh water that can be used to irrigate the crops. Excess freshwater created in the Greenhouse can be used to irrigate additional crops grown outside the greenhouse.
The air going into The DOW Water Production Greenhouse is first cooled and humidified by seawater, which trickles over the first evaporator. This provides good climate conditions for the crops. As the air leaves the growing area, it passes through the second evaporator over which seawater is flowing. This seawater has been heated by the sun in a network of pipes above the growing area, making the air much hotter and more humid. It then meets a series of vertical pipes through which cool seawater passes. When the hot humid air meets the cool surfaces, fresh water will condense as droplets that run down to the base where they can be collected.
Freshwater production: The fresh water produced is pure and distilled from seawater, with no need for chemical treatment.
No fossil-fuel requirements:
Unlike traditional greenhouses, which often rely on gas or other fossil fuels for temperature control and CO2 enrichment, The DOW Water Production Greenhouse systems use only seawater and sunlight to control the growing environments, with equal effectiveness.
The DOW Water Production Greenhouse evaporators have a biocidal and scrubbing effect on the ventilation airflow. This greatly reduces or eliminates the need for pesticides.
The WMW technology enables the development of land normally considered unsuitable for agriculture.
Commercial grade crops yields, coupled with significantly lower capital and operating costs result in enhanced operator economics.
Import Substitution and Jobs:
On a country or regional level, there may be advantages linked to import substitution. Most arid regions of the world are net importers of horticultural produce. By employing The DOW Water Production Greenhouse systems on a large scale these regions could see rises in local green employment as well as reductions in costs by substituting expensive imports with high-quality, locally produced DOW Water Production Greenhouse crops.
USD 0.0003c Per Liter over a period of 20 Years
The economics of any greenhouse depend on a number of factors, including the local climate, growing methods and greenhouse styles. While The DOW Water Production Greenhouse system economics are influenced by these factors also, they benefit from several key advantages, regardless of crop, market or region
The DOW Water Production Greenhouse systems operate most efficiently and achieve greatest profitability when they are located in arid regions, in proximity to the sea.
Climate change, together with rising world populations and unsustainable farming practices, are causing the exhaustion of fresh drinking water and food resources. The necessity for both is expected to exceed availability in the foreseeable future. It is the simple reality of this situation which gave rise to the idea for The DOW Water Production Greenhouse.
The DOW Water Production Greenhouse provides a low-cost solution by enabling year-round drinking water and crop production in some of the world’s hottest and driest regions. It does this using seawater and sunlight. The technology imitates natural processes, helping to restore the environment while significantly reducing the operating costs of greenhouse horticulture.
"Every Drop Counts"
WaterMicronWorld is the leader in the manufacture, marketing and distribution of highly advanced atmospheric water generators that extract the moisture from the air and converts it into clean, pure drinking water. Water, essential for all aspects of life, is the world's most valuable commodity and is becoming increasingly scarce.
We bring an ecologically friendly and new source of pure drinking water to industry, businesses and home users alike. We provide truly affordable, state-of-the-art technology that is easy to operate and maintain. Our technology taps into a water source that does not place more demands on Mother Earth--Pure water from the air we breathe!
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