Kumulus, new machine used to transform air into drinking water installed in Ghar Dimaou
14/06/2022 15:45, TUNIS/Tunisia

(TAP) - A machine that serves to capture moisture in the air and transform it into drinking water was installed at the Bayadha school (Delegation of Ghar Dimaou in the governorate of Jendouba).

According to Regional Commissioner of Education Rim Maaroufi, this is a project developed by a young Tunisian engineer and funded by the Orange Foundation in cooperation with the association "a child, smiles".

In a statement to TAP, Maaroufi said that Bayadha School, where the Kumulus, as named by its creators, was installed, suffers from the lack of drinking water due to lack of connection with the distribution network. Water tanks were installed in advance to provide drinking water to the students and teachers. The machine produces about 20 to 30 liters of drinking water per day.

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