Mexico uses solar energy to recover tourist city

A team of researchers from Cinvestav (Center for Research and Advanced Studies) has developed a river cleaning process using a nano bubble method that uses solar energy. The system that allows the improvement of water quality has assisted in the recovery of the ecological reserve of the tourist city of Xochimilco, Mexico. The region is known to contain traces of Aztec culture.

With the river recovery it is estimated improvement of the local fauna and flora, thus assisting in sectors of agriculture and tourism. With the solar panels located in the traffic machines (boats that carry out the channel), the vessel offers electricity that can be used for the charging of electroportables.

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