Henri-James Tieleman, co-founder of the California company Ecoloblue, brought his Atmospheric Water Generator to Flint's Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church.
Tieleman says his machine takes moisture out of the air, runs it through a filtration system and turns it into drinkable water. He says most of the time, Michigan has enough humidity for it to produce up to 30 liters a day, which is approximately 8 gallons.
"It doesn't need any infrastructure. You need a plug and you need climate or the humidity in your house. You know what you're generating, you know what you're going to be drinking," said Tieleman, who says he's looking to give the people of Flint a proven source of clean drinking water.
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