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Drinkable Air makes water from thin air

International Water Symposium, January 2016; .9993 % purity rating If you can provide the energy required to light one 100-watt light bulb for a day,

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Drinkable Air® and Green Key entering a collaboration agreement

Drinkable Air, Inc. is a US based Emerging Growth Technology Company that designs, manufactures, assembles and distributes Atmospheric Water Generators (“AWG’s”). Chameleon 8 Drinkable Air

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Drinkabel Air Chameleon 8

Bottle Water Series, Part 4

< Continued from “Bottle Water History Series – Part 3” Bottled Water- A Series of Blogs on the Growth of the Bottled Water Industry. Part

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Bottle Water Series, Part 3

< Continued from “Bottle Water History Series – Part 2” Bottled Water- A Series of Blogs on the Growth of the Bottled Water Industry. Part

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Bottle Water Series, Part 2

< Continued from “Bottle Water History Series – Part 1” “Marketing Trick of the Century” After reflecting on the history of bottled water, the next

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Bottle Water Series, Part 1

Why people buy bottled water: How a perceived joke from the 1970’s has become the largest sector of today’s beverage industry. Take something that is

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Crisis in Flint-What can we do?

As a company that provides pure drinking water through a diverse product line of Atmospheric Water Generators and patent-pending ozone technology; we watch these water

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FEMA website discusses concept of AWGs from Drinkable Air

FEMA website is exploring the idea of AWGs from Drinkable Air.

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Global Water Security – INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT ICA 2012-08, 2 February 2012

INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT ICA 2012-08, 2 February 2012

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Washington, D.C., residents have been told to stockpile water for as long as five days

More than 150,000 residents outside of Washington, D.C., have been told to stockpile water for as long as five days during the hottest week of

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2011 Bottled Water Scorecard

What’s In Your Bottled Water – Besides Water? Pure, clean water. That’s what the ads say. But what does the lab say? When you shell

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