WaterWall is a water-recycling system that allows users to reduce their domestic water consumption by up to forty-three per cent. The system integrates various sources of greywater and produces potable water, allowing recycling of up to eighty per cent of the water that passes through the system. The product consists of a set of filters: a sand filter to remove solid particles, a carbon-activated filter to remove chemicals; plasma discharges to kill bacteria; and a chemical dispenser placed in the drinkable water tank. The product can either be built into an existing house’s plumbing system or integrated into the design of new buildings.
Multidisciplinary team of product design, engineering and business management students from IED / ESADE / UPC (Barcelona) taking part to Challenge Based Innovation by CERN and involved in innovation and sustainability projects.moreInstagram
Non-electrical appliances for the home