A first study of its kind in the world conducted by Tel Aviv University researchers has found that water produced from the air in the heart of Tel Aviv’s urban area meets all World Health Organization and State of Israel strict standards for drinking water.  The test was conducted using a unique device built together with the Israeli company Watergen, with results published in two leading publications: Science of the Total Environment, and Water. The findings indicate that the atmospheric water generator could be a promising solution for the global challenge of increasing water scarcity. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more from Offir Inbar, a PhD candidate and member of the team that carried out the study under the supervision of Prof. Dror Avisar.