#TravelTuesday : Travel through pictures.
The Indian Mitticool Clay Fridge
I traveled to Bangalore, India (officially known as Bengaluru) for work in November 2015. When I first arrived, I was surprised to find out that India does not have a steady supply of power. Even in the major Indian cities such as Bangalore, stable electricity is not guaranteed.
This brings on the need for the Mitticool, a zero-electricity fridge popular in rural villages. These clay fridges are designed to keep food cold by the natural cooling effect of water evaporation. It keeps vegetables fresh for a week and keep milk for three days. This technology is quite innovative and eco-friendly!
Find the Miticool Fridge fascinating… check out more info on it through this article: http://www.notimpossiblenow.com/lives/clay-mitticool-electricity-free-refrigeration