On Tuesday, working next to community showers in the
Iglesia Emmanuel Church parking lot in the drought’s hardest-hit area in
the state, Hernandez anxiously awaited a delivery he believes will make
a big difference.
“Today is a good day,” he said. “We don’t get too many days around here lately.”
Bay Area company Ecoloblue is in Tulare County, donating an
atmospheric water generator that makes purified drinking water from the
humidity in the air.
The unit makes up to eight gallons a day, a mere drop in the bucket.
But in a community with more than 1,000 people without water, Hernandez
says it’s at least something.
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