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(don't) Waste Water!

S7E2 - Expensive, Heavy but Desperately Needed: is Source the Future of Drinking Water?

S7E2 - Expensive, Heavy but Desperately Needed: is Source the Future of Drinking Water?

42min |21/09/2022
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S7E2 - Expensive, Heavy but Desperately Needed: is Source the Future of Drinking Water? cover
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(don't) Waste Water!

S7E2 - Expensive, Heavy but Desperately Needed: is Source the Future of Drinking Water?

S7E2 - Expensive, Heavy but Desperately Needed: is Source the Future of Drinking Water?

42min |21/09/2022
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with 🎙️ Colin Goddard - Director at Source Global 

💧 Source aims to market the world's first renewable drinking water system. Clean, safe, made entirely off-grid, and available almost anywhere in the world.


What we covered:


😨 How more than 2 million Americans live without basic access to safe drinking water and sanitation. 

😱 How over 44 million more US-Citizen are served by water systems that recently had health-based Safe-Drinking Water Act violations. 

💪 How besides trucked and bottled water, Source intends to build a third path that might be much more sustainable 

☀️ How Source actually produces water from ambient air by using the sun as the only source of energy 

🪶 How the former Zero Mass Water has helped suffering communities like the Navajo Nation 

💰 How much it costs to produce one liter of water using Source's Hydropanels (all inclusive), and how it compares to alternative water sources (pun non-intended) 

💥 How Source may well produce water at 30 times the US utility tariff average, yet the comparison doesn't really hold water (pun intended, this time) 

📈 How the Hydropanels aren't perfect yet, and Source's vision to one day produce the best and cheapest water on earth  

🌱 How Source's intentions are written up to the company's bylaws, and how that leads them to be a certified B-Corp 

❤️‍🩹 How centralized water solutions and technologies have failed to serve the edges of the grid 

❌ How Source doesn’t identify as an atmospheric water generation technology and why 

⚒️ How the Hydropanels work, how they’re monitored, how much they cost, and over how long 

🏄‍♀️ How Source’s technology fits two different main purposes and hence can even be a suitable solution for California 

🍾 Source’s business model, their own bottled water production, how a future decentralized water ecosystem would look like, water fit for purpose… and much more!

🔥 … and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥   

      

➡️ Send your warm regards to Colin on LinkedIn 

➡️ Visit Source's Website

➡️ Check out the full story (and an infographic) on how Source's revisit of Atmospheric Water Generation could disrupt drinking water on the edges of the grid

Description

with 🎙️ Colin Goddard - Director at Source Global 

💧 Source aims to market the world's first renewable drinking water system. Clean, safe, made entirely off-grid, and available almost anywhere in the world.


What we covered:


😨 How more than 2 million Americans live without basic access to safe drinking water and sanitation. 

😱 How over 44 million more US-Citizen are served by water systems that recently had health-based Safe-Drinking Water Act violations. 

💪 How besides trucked and bottled water, Source intends to build a third path that might be much more sustainable 

☀️ How Source actually produces water from ambient air by using the sun as the only source of energy 

🪶 How the former Zero Mass Water has helped suffering communities like the Navajo Nation 

💰 How much it costs to produce one liter of water using Source's Hydropanels (all inclusive), and how it compares to alternative water sources (pun non-intended) 

💥 How Source may well produce water at 30 times the US utility tariff average, yet the comparison doesn't really hold water (pun intended, this time) 

📈 How the Hydropanels aren't perfect yet, and Source's vision to one day produce the best and cheapest water on earth  

🌱 How Source's intentions are written up to the company's bylaws, and how that leads them to be a certified B-Corp 

❤️‍🩹 How centralized water solutions and technologies have failed to serve the edges of the grid 

❌ How Source doesn’t identify as an atmospheric water generation technology and why 

⚒️ How the Hydropanels work, how they’re monitored, how much they cost, and over how long 

🏄‍♀️ How Source’s technology fits two different main purposes and hence can even be a suitable solution for California 

🍾 Source’s business model, their own bottled water production, how a future decentralized water ecosystem would look like, water fit for purpose… and much more!

🔥 … and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥   

      

➡️ Send your warm regards to Colin on LinkedIn 

➡️ Visit Source's Website

➡️ Check out the full story (and an infographic) on how Source's revisit of Atmospheric Water Generation could disrupt drinking water on the edges of the grid

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Description

with 🎙️ Colin Goddard - Director at Source Global 

💧 Source aims to market the world's first renewable drinking water system. Clean, safe, made entirely off-grid, and available almost anywhere in the world.


What we covered:


😨 How more than 2 million Americans live without basic access to safe drinking water and sanitation. 

😱 How over 44 million more US-Citizen are served by water systems that recently had health-based Safe-Drinking Water Act violations. 

💪 How besides trucked and bottled water, Source intends to build a third path that might be much more sustainable 

☀️ How Source actually produces water from ambient air by using the sun as the only source of energy 

🪶 How the former Zero Mass Water has helped suffering communities like the Navajo Nation 

💰 How much it costs to produce one liter of water using Source's Hydropanels (all inclusive), and how it compares to alternative water sources (pun non-intended) 

💥 How Source may well produce water at 30 times the US utility tariff average, yet the comparison doesn't really hold water (pun intended, this time) 

📈 How the Hydropanels aren't perfect yet, and Source's vision to one day produce the best and cheapest water on earth  

🌱 How Source's intentions are written up to the company's bylaws, and how that leads them to be a certified B-Corp 

❤️‍🩹 How centralized water solutions and technologies have failed to serve the edges of the grid 

❌ How Source doesn’t identify as an atmospheric water generation technology and why 

⚒️ How the Hydropanels work, how they’re monitored, how much they cost, and over how long 

🏄‍♀️ How Source’s technology fits two different main purposes and hence can even be a suitable solution for California 

🍾 Source’s business model, their own bottled water production, how a future decentralized water ecosystem would look like, water fit for purpose… and much more!

🔥 … and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥   

      

➡️ Send your warm regards to Colin on LinkedIn 

➡️ Visit Source's Website

➡️ Check out the full story (and an infographic) on how Source's revisit of Atmospheric Water Generation could disrupt drinking water on the edges of the grid

Description

with 🎙️ Colin Goddard - Director at Source Global 

💧 Source aims to market the world's first renewable drinking water system. Clean, safe, made entirely off-grid, and available almost anywhere in the world.


What we covered:


😨 How more than 2 million Americans live without basic access to safe drinking water and sanitation. 

😱 How over 44 million more US-Citizen are served by water systems that recently had health-based Safe-Drinking Water Act violations. 

💪 How besides trucked and bottled water, Source intends to build a third path that might be much more sustainable 

☀️ How Source actually produces water from ambient air by using the sun as the only source of energy 

🪶 How the former Zero Mass Water has helped suffering communities like the Navajo Nation 

💰 How much it costs to produce one liter of water using Source's Hydropanels (all inclusive), and how it compares to alternative water sources (pun non-intended) 

💥 How Source may well produce water at 30 times the US utility tariff average, yet the comparison doesn't really hold water (pun intended, this time) 

📈 How the Hydropanels aren't perfect yet, and Source's vision to one day produce the best and cheapest water on earth  

🌱 How Source's intentions are written up to the company's bylaws, and how that leads them to be a certified B-Corp 

❤️‍🩹 How centralized water solutions and technologies have failed to serve the edges of the grid 

❌ How Source doesn’t identify as an atmospheric water generation technology and why 

⚒️ How the Hydropanels work, how they’re monitored, how much they cost, and over how long 

🏄‍♀️ How Source’s technology fits two different main purposes and hence can even be a suitable solution for California 

🍾 Source’s business model, their own bottled water production, how a future decentralized water ecosystem would look like, water fit for purpose… and much more!

🔥 … and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥   

      

➡️ Send your warm regards to Colin on LinkedIn 

➡️ Visit Source's Website

➡️ Check out the full story (and an infographic) on how Source's revisit of Atmospheric Water Generation could disrupt drinking water on the edges of the grid

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