Collecting water from fog


The fog collector, a 20 x 40 foot structure resembling a large volleyball net, is constructed of polypropylene mesh that is suspended between two upright supports. It collects clean water from thick mountain fog and channels it into storage tanks, which the community then accesses through an outdoor tap. These collectors are consistently producing an astonishing volume of water – more than 500 litres every 24 hours.

Fog Water Project – Nepal Community Development Foundation

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Steve holds a degree in Environmental Engineering Technology from Humber College in Toronto, is a LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Sustainable Building Advisor. He currently lives in Victoria BC and works as a green building consultant specializing in residential projects.


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