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Zero-emission air conditioner that uses water instead of harmful chemicals debuts at CES - and the firm says the machine is so clean you can DRINK the water that comes out of it HomeCool made its debut at CES and uses water as a refrigerant  Traditional AC units use chlorofluorocarbons that emit greenhouse gases HomeCool reduces electricity consumption by 90% and is 100% recyclable 

By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:41 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 18:41 GMT, 8 January 2020

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An air conditioner made its debut at CES in Las Vegas with a goal to combat climate change.

Designed by the Pennsylvania startup OxiCool, HomeCool uses water as a refrigerant to cool your home instead of traditional chlorofluorocarbons that emit greenhouse gases. 

The firm says its cube-shaped device reduces electricity consumption by 90 percent, the water that comes out of it is drinkable and  and every part of the device is recyclable. 

HomeCool is similar to a vapor compression system, it does not use a compressor but is designed as a closed loop system – it must have just as much water in it on day 500 as it did on day one, DigitalTrends reported.  

An air conditioner made its debut at CES in Las Vegas with a goal to combat climate change. Designed by the Pennsylvania startup OxiCool, HomeCool uses water as a refrigerant to cool your home instead of traditional chlorofluorocarbons that emit greenhouse gases

An air conditioner made its debut at CES in Las Vegas with a goal to combat climate change. Designed by the Pennsylvania startup OxiCool, HomeCool uses water as a refrigerant to cool your home instead of traditional chlorofluorocarbons that emit greenhouse gases

Research has shown that air conditioners produce about two billion tons of carbon dioxide each year, which in turn is creating an environmental disaster.

However, Pennsylvania-based OxiCool has set out to combat this issue with a new way of cooling our homes, offices and other buildings during the hot summer months – and launched its flagship product HomeCool in Las Vegas for the world to

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