Australia: Drinking Water from Sugar Cane

Innovation in thought has been inspiring Australia. A sudden rush to conserve, preserve and harness is giving birth to ground breaking ideas in the country. Not everyone is a hardcore crusader for environmental causes. Some work and think so the crusaders find solutions for the changing ecosystem. The urgency is extracting unique practices. The world will soon get water extracted from sugarcane, from a plant in Australia. Sunshine Sugar is a collaboration between NSW Sugar Milling Co-operative and the Manildra Group, that has multiple sugar mills in the state. What this joint venture is able to do is use technology to yield drinking water from sugar cane. The collaboration’s third party is AquaBotanical, an Australian company based at Mildura in Victoria, that is making the product, that will harvest water along with the extraction of the juice.