The Environmental Pyramid. The Solar Pyramid.
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The Environmental Pyramid
In the Solar Pyramid, sea water goes into the bottom tank. The sun shines onto the glass, which evaporates the water. The water vapour then travels up the double –layered glass and when it gets to the top it turns around the wind turbine which creates energy. When the water vapour condenses it runs down into a water tank to supply the community with water.
The solar pyramid also looks good too, but it can be quite expensive to build. It can cost $10million to build. The good thing is, that using this, it is on 48cents a day per person.
The Kolding Pyramid is similar, but it doesn’t produce energy. The sewage water from the block of flats goes into the pyramid. It then evaporates up it, like in the solar pyramid and when it gets to the top it trickles down the 4 layers of plants, watering them. This specific block of flats produce 40,000 plants a year, which they sell. The excess water runs off into a water playground. The left over sewage, they use for compost for the plants.
The Environmental Pyramid will supply the community with clean water.
It will give them electricity for a cheaper cost.
It will grow up to 40,000 plants a year and some of them they may sell.
Because the Pyramid grows up to 40,000 plants a year, there will be enough of them.
As long as the community uses water, they will have enough to drink.