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Device converts urine into drinking water

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Today we are going talks about a device which converts urine into drinking water.amazed???but its true.....


  

 Leonardo Manavella has came with a concept device that turns urine into drinkable water. The H20 purifier, meant for emergency situations like flood, where drinking water is unsafe, requires users to urinate on the activated carbon in the purifier to eliminate the color and flavor of urine. And voila, after squeezing the container, water is ready to drink. The technical details of the device are a little unclear due to what appears to be translation issues, but it’s an innovative idea nonetheless.




NASA has already developed a high-tech pee-cycling machine, but the $250,000-$255000 price tag keeps the device from ending up in the hands of everyday peecyclers.


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