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Quiet drinking water revolution underway in Baltic Sea as island nature reserve goes off the water grid

Video   •   Jul 17, 2018 10:22 EDT

Human ingenuity and technology battle water scarcity on Sweden's Baltic island of Sandhamn, famed for its natural beauty. With aquifer reserves shrinking due to the summer influx of tourists, a water harvesting revolution led by water tech leader Bluewater is moving Sandhamn away from its old water access model towards a self-reliant approach that generates clean drinking water from the sea.
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