A new drink product that can be taken from a tap could be beneficial for Texas citizens in need, with a focus on the use of tap water in homes.
The Texas Tribune reports that a company called the Texas Water Foundation is working on a “solar-powered” water purification system that could be installed in homes by 2019, but has received no funding to help build it.
“I have to tell you that the technology has been in development for a long time,” the foundation’s CEO, Richard Haines, told the Tribune.
“We are a private company and we are working on something very innovative.”
The company says the product would have no harmful effects on humans, animals, or plants, but it could reduce consumption of the drinking water supply in Texas.
The company’s president and CEO, David Smith, said the project would allow the state to increase its water supply without the need to tap more wells or pay higher fees to the utility companies.
“We are not just saying it will be a water purifier, but that it will clean up water,” Smith said.
“I think that would be the biggest benefit.”
Smith said that while Texas already has water resources that are highly contaminated, the idea is to build on the state’s existing resources.
“The best thing we can do to get clean water is to clean the water,” he said.
The water foundation’s new product is designed to eliminate the need for water filters, which can contain harmful chemicals and chemicals that could have harmful effects, such as lead and cadmium, and are harmful to the environment.
It is also designed to use renewable energy, which would reduce the amount of energy needed to make the water.
“If we can get our energy supply to the water supply to be as renewable as possible, we will not need to pay for that additional infrastructure,” Smith added.
Smith said the company would use solar panels on the roofs of homes to generate electricity.
He said that although there are several companies working on the technology, they were focused on making the system more efficient.
“That is why we are focused on getting it to be solar,” he told the newspaper.
The technology would also be used in the development of the project’s other products, including a “green water” water filter that would eliminate waste and pollution in the drinking system.
Haines said the water purifying technology would help address the states long-term water crisis.
“Water is our future and we need to get that future water supply into our homes and into our community,” he explained.
“In order to do that we need clean water.”