In Peru, there is nearly 10 million people who don’t have access to basic potable water and sewer service; but Abel Cruz Gutiérrez has come up with a genius way of helping change that. He has a created a system that will catch and collect the microdroplets that are contained within the fog. They setup the nest along the foggy areas of costal Peru and have pipes connected to them that collect the water in large storage tanks. The local residents can then use this water for irrigation and for raising animals. Although the water is not drinkable with the current system, Abel is working on a solution that will make the water drinkable to the locals.