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Sea Shepherd Conservation Society supports community hit by Hurricane Dorian

by Sea Shepherd Conservation Society 30 Nov 2019 03:03 UTC
AquaBoy Pro II watermaker © Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, together with Atmospheric Water Solutions, provided two AquaBoy Pro II watermakers in Sweetings Cay, a small island community heavily hit by Hurricane Dorian.

The units use humidity from the air to make fresh clean drinking water. They are solar powered and make up to 10 gallons of cold drinking water per day. This marks the completion of the second leg of Operation Good Pirates of the Caribbean.

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