We take our responsibility for our staff and our working practices very seriously. At ADDER HILL, CSR is significant to our core values.

This includes:


Our aim at is to provide total customer satisfaction. We will do this by ensuring that all of our internal arrangements are practices that are suitable for this purpose. In order to achieve this we are working towards adopting and operating a co-ordinated Quality System.

This means;

We have the responsibility to ensure that all personnel engaged in tasks which can influence quality are aware of their obligations under the standard and are provided with adequate resources to meet them.

Maximum effort is directed toward providing a satisfactory product at the first attempt, whilst ensuring that problems which might arise are solved in a timely and professional manner. All employees will be encouraged to seek improvements to the Company Quality System, its products and services.

The achievement of this objective will be measured by examining customer complaints and non-conformances, controlling supplier performance, and by implementing corrective and preventive actions, and monitoring their effectiveness.

We will ensure that this policy is understood, implemented and maintained at all levels within the compared and adherence to the Quality System and Procedures will become a condition of employment within our company.

What we plan to do to help save our planet.


Like all responsible companies, we recognise the importance of protecting the environment.
We intend to work towards a better environment through the business practices we encourage and through the products we offer.

Our environmental mission statement is to:

Prevent pollution & minimise the impact of our activities upon the environment in the delivery of our services and where applicable, in the activity of others in deploying those services.

As part of our environmental policy, we are committed to:

• Reduce waste in every aspect of our business by utilising technologies which minimise energy and materials consumption
• Ensure that our employees understand the part they play in the achievement of our goals through effective training and communication at all levels
• Ensure that our suppliers are fully aware of this policy and request them to adopt similar practices
• Ensure wherever possible that the products we sell are recyclable and the materials we use are recycled
• Meet or exceed all relevant local, national and EU legislations in all locations.
The company is committed to attaining ISO14001 during 2010/2011 and part of this process will include the implementation of an appropriate environmental management system (EMS)

We will:

• Monitor our use of water and energy and waste sent to landfill
• Practise waste minimisation, with an emphasis on reuse and recycling and encourage our suppliers and customers to do likewise
• Minimise our impact on the environment through careful selection and use of our company vehicles
• Ensure the environmental performance of our business is monitored and reported on against meaningful targets on a regular basis
• Engage our staff around environmental issues


ADDER HILL is committed to reduce its environmental impact, where practicable.

Carbon reducing measures will form an integral part of the overall Company Strategy and will help to improve operational performance and a reduction in potentially harmful emissions to land, water and air.

Our aim is for a 0% carbon balance to be achieved within a realistic and achievable period.

Target date will be set once the directors have analysed all business operations.

To help achieve carbon neutrality, the Company will;

• Comply with all current energy legislation, seeking to meet or better legislative targets
• Minimise waste, promote recycling, and the use of recycled products to help reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill
• Continue to promote and design energy efficient, and therefore carbon reducing equipment, on behalf of clients
• Promote environmental awareness and responsibility amongst employees and others and seek to continuously improve Company environmental performance
• Actively promote “video conferencing” as a means of reducing travelling
• Evaluate the potential benefits of carbon off-setting
Actions developed to date include;
• Integration of environmental issues into all aspects of the decision making processes
• Sustainable sourcing Purchasing Policy
• Installation of energy efficient, and therefore carbon reducing equipment throughout Company premises
• Vehicle sharing policy
• The assessment and procurement of fuel efficient vehicles

This policy clearly identifies the responsibilities and procedures for achieving the Company’s stated objectives in all aspects of its activities leading to improved environmental performance, including reductions in both CO2, and methane emissions.

Health and Safety

Our statement of general policy is:

• To provide adequate control of the health and safety risks arising from our work activities
• To consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety
• To provide and maintain safe plant and equipment
• To ensure safe handling and use of substances
• To provide information, instruction and supervision for employees
• To ensure all employees are competent to do their tasks and to give them adequate training
• To prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill health
• To maintain safe and healthy working conditions
• To review and revise this policy as necessary at regular interviews

Code of Ethics

Our Code of Ethics is enshrined in the values of good humanity and governance.


We encourage and foster leadership with a vision to focus on leveraging opportunities and meeting challenges.

Customer Service

We are committed to benchmark our success with excellent customer service by attaining, delivering and maintaining the highest standards of quality and cost-effective services and products.


We ensure fair recruitment, enhanced performance, promotions and improved quality of life for employees. Enable each employee to develop his or her full potential with a shared sense of direction, with a well-defined accountability and responsibility.

Employee Engagement

We commit to the provision of a good working environment that promotes well-being, equity, dignity and respect across diverse cultures.

Service Excellence

We provide excellence in delivering our services with passion in all of our businesses with a focused approach.

Community Involvement

Active participation and support of initiatives that benefit the communities we work in.

Business Ethics

Our Business ethics are based on honesty, trust and commitment towards achieving organizational goals.




Making a decision on what you want to do in the future can often be difficult. You need to decide where you want to take your career, what the options available are, and how you can make an informed decision on the right career path for you.


What makes the perfect job? It is a combination of what you:

• Enjoy doing
• Are motivated by
• Are good at
• Are interested in

Before you can start to explore the areas that are right for you, you need to start to focus on yourself and build a picture of your strengths, motivators and interests. You need to consider what your strengths and weaknesses are? What do you enjoy or not enjoy? What motivates you in the workplace?

Step 1)

What are you good at? What do you need to develop?

Start with your own understanding:

• Think back through your job roles in terms of where your strengths are and jot down your skills.
• Then look at your education history with a particular focus on your postgraduate studies.
• Also look at other courses, outside interests, languages and IT skills. These can all begin to build a picture of your strengths.

You should also go through the same exercise looking at your development points. These can help you decide what responsibilities or skills to either avoid in a position or work on to improve. Map these out in a table so that you are clear what your strengths and development points are.

Step 2)

Incorporating feedback

Also reflect on any feedback you have received from work appraisals, courses or activities.
What do your peers or boss outline as your main strengths? What did they outline were your main development points?

Step 3)

What do you enjoy?

Start with your list of strengths and development points and map them out into whether you enjoy them or not. This will involve self-reflection. Would you like to use that skill again?
Would you like to be involved in that task in the future? Did that make you happy?
Also bring in other things from your experience that you enjoy/don’t enjoy that you haven’t already considered. For example, it may be that you enjoyed reading about M&A in your coursework – but you don’t have any practical experience of this. You would then put this as something you enjoy, but a development point.

You are trying to build a picture of the skills you can bring to your ideal job as well as the skills you need to develop for your ideal job.

Take the time to focus again on the skills that you want to use (i.e. enjoy using), but need to develop. Are you able to work on these in your current role/course? Can your current role/course offer you any opportunities to build on these? What about other personal development courses that you have access to?

Step 4)

What is your working style and preference?

You should now have explored your strengths and development points and the things that you enjoy doing. Now you can begin to explore these concepts further by thinking about your working style in the workplace.

Think of what motivates you in the workplace. Some of this will come from the extent to which you can utilise your strengths, and some of this will come from specific aspects of the role. What motivates you in the workplace may refer to the variety of the role, gaining financial reward or having work life balance. Refer back to the motivational questionnaire that you completed to incorporate some of these thoughts.

Also think back to organisations that you have enjoyed being part of – determine what part of the culture you particularly appreciated. What most motivated you? Think in terms of company size, team size, hierarchy or specific geographical location.

Step 5)

What interests you?

Your personal interests are important to note, especially if you are clear on the sector you want to move from, but not sure which sector you want to move to. To build a list of personal interests that can be applied to the working environment think of:

• Products, brands, messages that appeal to you and why
• Stories in the news that appeal to you and why
• Elements of previous education that appeal and why
• Events, talks, conferences whose themes interest you, interesting people and why
• Lastly think about your hobbies and why they interest you.

If there are areas of no interest to you and you know the reason(s) for this why not note them down as well? Can you see any theme developing?

Turn your attention to sectors or functions that are of interest to you. Include both those you understand and are familiar with and those that you don’t know or are unfamiliar with. Be honest with yourself; for example if a sector is not of interest to you because it is held in low esteem by your peers and that is important to you, include that here. Think about why they are of interest to you? Can you see any themes developing? Is there any interaction with the feedback from your skills and the things you enjoy?

Step 6)

Building your ideal job description

A formal job description outlines both the main duties and responsibilities of the role, along with a person specification. You can begin to build your ideal job description by using the information you have already thought about regarding your skills, motivations and interests.
In terms of building your own job description, think about:

The Purpose of the Post / Company profile:
Include industry ideas and thoughts on company culture
Key Responsibilities: What you would be doing……
What are some of the areas / tasks that you want to be doing?
Person Specification: What skills and knowledge is required to do this……

What knowledge do you want to utilise?
Competencies, Skills and Abilities
What competencies / skills do you want to use?

Step 7)

Researching possibilities

In terms of translating this information into understanding your real opportunities, you need to think about the research you need to do.

As you have worked through the process, you may already have had some thoughts on the career opportunities that are in alignment with this. Your step now is to do as much research as possible. You need to find out what exactly the different roles and sectors involve. Look at the match between your ideal job description and the description of these different roles and industries. What is similar? What is missing? What else do you need to know? Your research will need to include both reading material, as well as speaking to people.

• Start by thinking about the Sectors of interest that you identified earlier. Use this to begin your career search
• Look at industry guides here. You can find these through resources such as Vault or Wet feet.
• Focus back again on your current or previous organisations – are there any roles that interested you here? Can you identify a group or department, or client or supplier’s role organisation that appealed to you?
• You might find it helpful to look at the websites of various professional associations to further explore career opportunities in these
• Ask about friend’s jobs, and any other roles or areas they might be aware of that might match your strengths or interests.
• Think about informational interviewing to clarify your understanding of the different roles. Ask the people you have identified what they do and what it involves. So, what are they paid to do in this role? What are the main requirements of the role? What are they responsible for? How is their success judged?

Step 8)

Action plan

You need to start pulling all the information together to build an action plan.So, to reflect you should have explored:

• What you are good at
• What you need to develop
• What you enjoy
• What you don’t enjoy
• What is your working style and preferences
• What you are motivated by
• What interests you
• What are your sector interests
• How your current role/organisation compares
• What is your job description
• Where to start researching opportunities

Put some key milestones in regarding:
I want to have completed my research by….
I want to have moved to my new position by….
In the next week I am going to….
In the next month I want to have achieved….

If you can answer all the questions and take the all step and still want to work for us, please do not hesitate to contact one of the closest office in your area immediately.

Commercial use

Pure Drinking Machine for Commercial use

The Adder Hill commercial Machines are capable of producing between 100 up to 500  litres of fresh
and pure drinking water per day.
One of the greatest benefits of the Adder Hill machine is that it eliminates the need for bottled water.

Adder Hill CO100 Features & Specifications:

100 Liter per day LCD interface
Cold Water Low power consumption
105 Kilograms 120h x 50w x 100d cm
The Adder Hill CO200 and CO500 are commercial air water generators that makes 200 ~ 500 Litre
of pure drinking water from air every day.

No plumbing or assembly, just plug it in and drink water.


Adder Hill CO200 Features & Specifications:

200 Liter per day LCD interface
Cold Water ONLY Low power consumption
110h x 200w x 55d cm 200 Kilograms

An Adder Hill machine that needs no heavy water bottles and is environmentally more efficient than water purification systems and bottled water.

Credit (Financial) Department

The Credit Department is an independent risk oversight function. It is charged with managing and overseeing the counterparty credit risk profile of the Institutional Securities Business. The Credit Department’s specific responsibilities include evaluating and rating the credit risk of counterparties, establishing and managing counterparty credit risk limits, evaluating credit risk transactions and approving, rejecting or modifying them as appropriate.

Within the Credit Department, we have established in our ADDER HILL’s London office an independent team of professionals who manage the ratings process and all that it entails as it relates to standardized, regulated investment structures such as non-leveraged investment.

These responsibilities include:

  • Analyse credit data and financial statements to determine the degree of risk involved in extending credit for individuals/commercials.
  • Prepare reports that include the degree of risk involved in extending credit.
  • Evaluate customer records and recommend credit plans based on earnings, savings data, payment history, and purchase activity.
  • Confer with credit association and other business representatives to exchange credit information.
  • Create Credit applications, including credit analyses and summaries of credit requests.
  • Review individual or commercial customer files to identify and select delinquent accounts for collection.
  • Compare liquidity, profitability, and credit histories of establishments being evaluated with those of similar establishments in the same industries and geographic locations.
  • Consult with customers to resolve complaints and verify financial and credit transactions.
  • Analyse financial data such as income growth, quality of management, and market share to determine expected profitability of credit.
  • Observing, receiving, and otherwise obtaining information from all relevant sources.
  • Analysing information and evaluating results to choose the best solution and solve problems.
  • Using relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards.
  • Providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person.
  • Entering, transcribing, recording, storing, or maintaining information in written or electronic/magnetic form.
  • Compiling, coding, categorizing, calculating, tabulating, auditing, or verifying information or data.
  • Developing constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, and maintaining them over time.

Legal Department Introduction

Legal Department Introduction

The Legal Department promotes the mission of the Adder Hill Group for Inquiry and its affiliates by filing amicus briefs in cases and other issues of importance to the Adder Hill Group and its supporters.

A legal department is a corporate department that handles the legal affairs of an Adder Hill Group, agencies, and distributors. The legal department works with other Adder Hill group departments to address the internal and external legal concerns of the business and we do our best to keep the group functioning and out of legal trouble.

The legal department gives legal advice to all other in-house department to ensure the best legal approach is taken for business ventures. He advises them on matters of constitutional and national law. He may have to handle conflicting legal matters that involve international, public, and private law. In many cases, the legal department has to present information on a written or oral platform that all associates and staff can understand. The legal department must promote strong relationships with partners and clients of the group.

Drawing up and submitting major contracts, agreements and other legal documents are the responsibility of this department. In some cases, the legal department prepares and monitors the budgets and expenditures on certain projects.

Functions & duties of legal department:

  • Rendering effective legal assistance in the preparation of legal opinions, studies, reports and correspondence, as required from time to time by various Heads of Departments.
  • Supervising and overseeing the review, negotiation and drafting of major contracts, tender documents and other legal documents, as required by the operational departments.
  • Supervising legal research and analysis, identifying important issues and apprising the operational departments of emerging legal trends from court decision and tendering advice to avoid unnecessary litigation, etc.
  • Serving on various Standing Boards, Committees, ad-hoc working groups and task force, as required, to take care of legal niceties in framing of policies.
  • Assigning court cases to different panel lawyers keeping in view the nature and importance of the cases.
  • Supervising and monitoring the contesting of the cases in various courts of law.
  • Advising in the matter of preferring of appeals in superior courts and in the matter of taking recourse to other legal remedies.
  • Advising in vigilance matters as referred to Legal Branch.
  • Processing of various Fee Bills of advocates and settlements of fee etc., with other advocates.

press Release

Release date:  07th October 2014

Adder Hill Generates Pure Drinking Water out of Air
Adder Hill is a global specialty company that is committed to manufacturing new scientific innovation and technology in order to provide products that improve the value and life performance of the environment and the Earth, itself. The company is among the premier new technology business all over the world dedicated to improving the lives of people through latest innovation.

When Adder Hill brings innovation and people together, the company generates the next technology generation and things that a lot of people really need and want. These are significant innovations that aid people to enjoy life, live well and be healthy.
The primary focus of Adder Hill is to offer other water solutions, with keen attention in air to water-generation. The clients of Adder Hill range from companies requiring purchasing a consumer product (with almost 30 litre of daily water production), offering clean natural drinking water, to offering complete water-generating systems for a complete block of apartments or villa (between 100 and 1,000 litre on a daily basis), to industrial solutions (more than 1,000 litre).

Adder Hill envisages water generator solutions for semi-governmental, governmental and private organizations and public, industrial, commercial and residential entities supported by alternative power solutions delivering fresh clean water causing deep cuts to carbon emissions for the society. In addition, Adder Hill designs new water supply solutions with their professional developers and mechanical engineers in order to integrate air to water technology to back up guidance all over the whole planning and improvement process to maintenance and installation.

As a company, Adder Hill takes great pride in providing for the community and society. In addition, Adder Hill really cares about the environment and is satisfied with the various ways their employees work in order to safeguard it. The persistent efforts of the company in order to improve the secure working environment pay off. Adder Hill attained world-class performance for both Downstream and Upstream operations. Overall, Adder Hill is a green-energy business with the primary mission and goal of making a huge difference in the struggle against climate change. The purpose of the company is to transform the water crisis all over the world by offering innovative and new solutions when it comes to the water industry.

For more information with regard to the new and innovative water solutions of Adder Hill, please contact us.

Drinking Water Options

Local water companies are supposed to provide biologically and chemically safe water that has most objectionable taste and odour causing substances removed. However this is not always the case. Not all bacteria can be removed through chemical disinfection. If you drink municipal “tap water”, you may run the risk of contracting illnesses ranging from diarrhoea to serious gastrointestinal complications.  The chemicals used at public water purification facilities are health hazards to humans, as well as the germs they target. They can cause skin irritations, digestive problems and have also been linked to various forms of cancer. Another problem that public purification planets cannot address is the by-products of disinfection.

As municipal water is distributed through your home via plumbing, there is a risk of contamination from lead leaching into the water supply from pipes and/or fixtures.

So which drinking water option is best?

Did the water in the bottle you just purchased really come from the beautiful spring shown on the label? Probably not. Some of the bottle water manufacturers using marketing that are misleading, implying the water comes from pristine sources when it does not. According to various environmental sources and industry estimates about ¼ of bottled water is bottled tap water, sometimes with additional treatment, and sometimes not.

Bottled Water

Bottled water is a good emergency source of water in the event your primary water source fails or becomes contaminated. It is also a convenient source of usually safe water for drinking outside of the home. Again most bottled water will contain fewer contaminates than untreated tap water. However the great disadvantage is cost. An average family of four drinking 30 gallons of water a week will spend £300.00 just on drinking water a year.

There is also the environmental impact to consider. The PET bottles used eventually cause a waste disposal problem. Transporting these bottles from the bottler to the store and then the homes/offices also use valuable resources such as oil. There is also a potential health risk associated with plastic bottles; some researchers have suggested that plastic bottles contain the chemical BPA which may be harmful to our health. The FDA and American Plastics Association insist BPA is safe, Frederick Vom Saal, an outspoken biology professor and other scientists believe it can cause cancer, early puberty, obesity and even attention deficit disorders. Lastly there is also the inconvenience factor, of having to move and store the bottles safely.

Water Filters

There are over 2,500 different models manufactured by more than 500 companies. However the basic concept behind nearly all filters is very simple. They work by physically preventing contaminants from moving through the filter. There are 4 main types of filters

(1) Sediment Filters – trap contaminants by screening them out with very small pores. Basically come in 2 varieties – Fibre and Ceramic. Fibre filters contain cellulose, rayon or some other fibrous material spun into a mesh with small pores, while ceramic filters contain some ceramic materials with smaller pores than fibre filters. Sediment filters are often used as pre-filters to reduce the suspended contaminants that could clog carbon filters or RO filters.

(2) Carbon Filters – trap contaminants by attracting them through the process of absorption to the surface of carbon particles. Two types of carbon filters – Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) and Solid Block Activated Carbon (SBAC).
Contaminant reduction in carbon filters takes place by the physical removal of the contaminant by blocking any particles too big to pass through the pores, or through absorption by which a variety of dissolved contaminates are attracted to and held on the surface of the carbon particles.

The disadvantages of carbon filters include the fact that water is able to channel around the granules in GAC filters to avoid filtration, and pockets of contaminated water can form in loose bed of carbon granules. Also carbon filters by themselves, cannot trap bacteria, therefore should never be relied on exclusively to provide protection from contamination. Lastly hot water should never be run through a carbon filter.

(3) Reverse Osmosis Filters – use water pressure to force water molecules through a membrane that has extremely tiny pores, leaving the large contaminants behind.

This is a separation process which uses water pressure to force water molecules through a semipermeable membrane. Purified water is collected from the “clean” side of the membrane, and water containing the contaminants is flushed down the drain from the “contaminated” side. The advantage of this process is that it significantly reduces salt, most other inorganic material present in the water, and some organic compounds. Used on conjunction with a quality carbon filter, the purity of the treated water approaches that produced by distillation. Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems can typically purify more water per day than distillers and are less expensive to operate and maintain. On the other hand the disadvantages include the fact that RO systems make only a few gallons of treated water a day. Also the systems waste water, with two-four gallons of waste water flushed away for each gallon of filtered water produced. Additionally some pesticides, solvents and organic chemicals are not completely removed by RO. A further point is that RO systems require high maintenance. Pre and post filters and the RO membranes much be changed regularly.

(4) KDF Filters – use electrochemical oxidation and reduction to eliminate contaminants from water.
These filters use a matrix of zinc/copper alloy, which eliminate contaminants from water by utilizing electrochemical oxidation reduction. This has the ability to remove chlorine, hydrogen sulphide, iron, lead, cadmium, aluminium, mercury, arsenic and other inorganic compounds, kill algae and fungi, control bacterial growth in the filter.

The advantage of KDF filters is that it is the only filter medium that removes contaminants from running hot water, which makes them ideal for use in showers. The filters also change the free chlorine that some people are allergic to, into a form (zinc chloride) that is much easily tolerated. The disadvantages include that fact that by themselves KDF filters do not remove organic compounds or parasitic cysts. Additionally the filters need to be backwashed periodically with hot water to remove insoluble contaminants which wastes many gallons of hot water.


In an emergency, this is the best way to purify water that may be unsafe due to the presence of protozoan, parasites or bacteria. The water should be brought to a boil and continue boiling for 3 minutes. The water needs to be kept covered while cooling.

Obvious advantage is that pathogens that may still be lurking in the water will be killed if the water is boiled long enough. Additionally boiling will drive out some of the organic compounds that may be in the water. However as a word of caution, boiling should not be used when toxic metals, chemicals (lead, mercury, asbestos, solvents etc.) or nitrates have contaminated the water. Also boiling may also concentrate any harmful contaminants that do not vaporise as the relatively pure water vapour boils off.

Ultra Violet Light

In this process the water passes through a clear chamber where it is exposed to an ultra violet (UV) light. The UV light effectively destroys bacteria and viruses. However, how well the UV system works depends on the energy dose that the organism absorbs. If the energy dose is not high enough, the organism’s genetic material may only be damaged and not destroyed.

The advantage of using UV lights is that no known toxic or non-toxic by-products are introduced, additionally it leaves no smell or taste in the treated water, and requires very little contact time. Furthermore while it kills all the pathogenic microorganisms it does not affect the minerals in the water.  However UV radiation is not suitable for water in high levels of suspended solids, and it is not effective against non-living contaminants such as lead, asbestos, many organic chemicals, chlorine etc. It also requires electricity to operate. Therefore it is usually only used as a final purification stage on some filtration systems, as part of a water system in conjunction with a carbon filter and or RO system.


This is the reverse of boiling. The water is usually boiled in a chamber causing water to vaporize, with the pure steam leaving the non-volatile contaminants behind. The steam moves to a different part of the unit and is cooled until it condenses back into liquid water. The resulting distillates drip into the storage container. Salts, sediment, metals etc. that won’t boil or evaporate remains in the distiller and removed. A vapour trap or carbon filter is usually used with a distiller to ensure the more complete removal of contaminants. The obvious advantage of this system is that a good distillation unit produces very pure water, and it also removes pathogens in the water, mostly by killing and leaving them behind when the water evaporates. A countertop distillation unit is an expensive home water treatment method. It is not very efficient as it takes time to purify the water, and electricity is being consumed continuously. The boiler also needs to be cleaned regularly in addition to the condensation compartment and storage tanks.


The formation of oxygen into ozone occurs with the use of energy. This process is carried out by an electric discharge field as in the CD (corona discharge of lightening) type ozone generators or by UV radiation as in UV type ozone generators.
Ozone is a naturally occurring component of fresh air, and is produced by the UV rays of the sun reacting with the Earth’s upper atmosphere. Ozone is a very reactive and unstable gas with a short half-life before it reverts back to oxygen. It is the most powerful and rapid acting oxidizer man can produce, and will oxidize all bacteria, mold and yeast spores, organic material and viruses given sufficient exposure. The main advantage of ozone is as a primary disinfectant that effectively kills biological contaminants, as well as oxidizes and precipitates iron, sulphur and manganese so they can be filtered out. Additionally Ozone breaks downs many organic chemicals including those that cause odour and taste problems, and itself has no taste or odour. The main disadvantage of ozone treatment is that it can create undesirable by-products which may be harmful to health if they are not controlled such as formaldehyde and bromate. In addition ozone is not effective in removing dissolved minerals and salts, and the effectiveness of the process is based on a good mix of ozone with water, ozone does not dissolve particularly well. Again it needs to be a component of a water treatment system, rather than a stand -alone treatment on its own.

So what’s the answer?

There is a new technology that offers a remarkable solution to the global water crisis. This technology has been developed and now in use in air water generators (AWGs) also known as atmospheric water generators. This technology converts the water in the air into portable water. In other words it can produce water out of thin air.