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Rain Catcher / talent design

Rain Catcher
Rain Catcher

Due to poverty and lack of infrastructure, high rate of citizens in Detroit face unaffordable water bills, and flooding. The Rain Catcher Project is a sustainable approach solving water issues. Rain catchers are water stations built in parking lots that collects rain and serves water for free. Huge solar panels on the rain catcher not only generates the station itself they also collect energy that can serve as emergency electricity for the neighborhood.
This project runs by a system with the help of the government, organizations or sponsoring corporations. Water can be collected for free using the provided card, given by these places.

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National Cheng Kung University

National Cheng Kung University
Tainan, Taiwan

CHOU, Wen-Hsuan,
National Cheng Kung University