Press release

Mawnor, a Moroccan startup, is making a significant contribution to the global fight against water scarcity. The company is providing a sustainable and innovative solution to generate clean drinking water – straight from the air.

Water scarcity is a pressing global issue, affecting over 2 billion people worldwide. In many countries, including Morocco, the problem is exacerbated by drought and overexploitation of groundwater resources. Mawnor’s Atmospheric Water Generators (AWGs) are cutting-edge machines that rely on the humidity in the air to generate clean, drinkable water. The technology can be used anywhere, making it an ideal solution for remote communities, disaster relief efforts, and sustainable agriculture.

Mawnor’s AWGs come in various sizes and capacities, making them suitable for different applications, from homes and small businesses to large commercial operations. The machines are easy to install and maintain, with low operating costs and a long lifespan.

As a Moroccan startup, Mawnor is committed to democratizing access to clean water, providing a sustainable and innovative solution to the water crisis in Morocco and beyond. Mawnor’s technology can help rural communities gain access to clean water, empowering them to lead healthier lives and engage in productive activities.

Mawnor is also committed to sustainability and responsible water management. The company uses environmentally friendly refrigerants and promotes water conservation and responsible use. Mawnor’s AWGs offer an alternative to traditional water sources, reducing the need for expensive, energy-intensive water treatment and transportation.

Mawnor’s Atmospheric Water Generators offer a practical and scalable approach to democratizing access to clean drinking water. By harnessing the humidity in the air, Mawnor is providing a sustainable solution to one of the most pressing global challenges of our time. With the continued growth of Mawnor’s innovative technology, it has the potential to help millions of people access clean drinking water while protecting the environment.


May 2024


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