Global Water Scarcity

  • Today, 6.8 billion people inhabit the world
  • One billion people worldwide lack access to clean drinking water
  • Three billion more live in water-scarce regions
  • Many key rivers, aquifers, wells and lakes around the world are drying up 

Trends that Increase Water Scarcity

  • Growth in the world’s population and increased urbanization: Increased population and urbanization (both of which are expected to continue), and the failure of governments to instill a sense of urgency for water conservation practices, have led to overuse of natural water systems. 
  • Global weather patterns: Increased droughts are having a dramatic effect on municipal water systems that rely on surface-based water sources.
  • Competition for water resources: Water demands for other uses (agricultural, industrial) reduce available supplies for drinking water. 

The WaterMill® WM-200 produces pure water for a healthy family and a healthy environment

The WaterMill® provides you with:

  • clean, fresh water for drinking and cooking
  • ease of use and maximum water generation from air
  • a sustainable, elegant appliance for your home


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