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Slow the Flow

As a former UN staff member, Maker Waseem Syed has seen the hard work performed in developing countries to source and use water as efficiently as possible. He once observed an elderly woman in an East African village using a recycled water bottle with a spray nozzle to wash dishes. He found himself intrigued by her ingenuity, the effectiveness of the spray, and how little water was being used to get the job done. On his return, he started experimenting with similar water preservation methods, and after about a year of prototypes, he developed a design that works on most standard household faucets.

Most of the water coming out of faucets doesn’t make contact with the surface it’s supposed to clean. Millions of gallons of water each day are quite literally going down the drain. The unique ability of the Aquamiser is atomization—turning water into a hi-speed mist—dramatically increasing the surface area of water. Each droplet comes in full contact with the surface, effectively cleaning with a fraction of the water.

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Maker Story

Slow the Flow

As a former UN staff member, Maker Waseem Syed has seen the hard work performed in developing countries to source and use water as efficiently as possible. He once observed an elderly woman in an East African village using a recycled water bottle with a spray nozzle to wash dishes. He found himself intrigued by her ingenuity, the effectiveness of the spray, and how little water was being used to get the job done. On his return, he started experimenting with similar water preservation methods, and after about a year of prototypes, he developed a design that works on most standard household faucets.

Most of the water coming out of faucets doesn’t make contact with the surface it’s supposed to clean. Millions of gallons of water each day are quite literally going down the drain. The unique ability of the Aquamiser is atomization—turning water into a hi-speed mist—dramatically increasing the surface area of water. Each droplet comes in full contact with the surface, effectively cleaning with a fraction of the water.