This is Kade. Kade is a water conservationist, and is searching for solutions to have more drinkable water. As he looks around he sees water polluted with plastic and water that could be drinkable from rain/fog just pooling up.
Kade wanted to see these solutions himself. The first solution is called the seabin. It removes macro & micro plastics without collecting any marine life. The seabin is able to collect micro plastic down to the size of 2mm.
With us using the seabin, it would help keep water clean, and also less plastic will be made because it'll be reuseable.
Also, the catch bag within the seabin is 100% recyclable plastic mesh that can be reused and fixed. Now the seabin company is working on recycling program so that all the plastic it has collected doesn't just go back to a landfill.
Right now there are 719 seabins around the world, and there is an average of about 1,952.33 kg of plastic a day.
Kade had discovered another solution to preserving more drinkable water. It is called a cloud-fisher, and it is usually located in more rainy & foggy areas. It is a big vertically standing net that the wind pushes the fog & rain into.
The water droplets collected will then drop into piping system that leads directly to a reservoir of water. This will help stop drinkable water from pooling in random areas.
Kade saw two effective solutions, that work to help his water conservation.