One of the more pressing pollution global issues are water pollution and air pollution. Research shows that Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels have been steadily increasing while Oxygen (O2) production levels are decreasing, which contributes to health problems and global warming. Despite the technological advancements of the modern era, water-related problems remain a daunting challenge of the 21st century (Kanakoudis et al. 2017a). It has been estimated that one-fifth of the world’s population is facing water scarcity caused by water pollution. Population growth and climate change could further complicate this water-related challenge. H.2.C (H20 Conservatorium) is a proposed cost-effective method to lower pollution through the effective production of oxygen and water at the same time. Users can grow plants with the provided necessities in the conservatory that will produce oxygen and water vapour. The water vapour and rainwater are then collected into a water tank and filtered for human consumption. An environmentally-friendly, cost-effective, practical and resourceful design using sustainable and easily-sourced materials such as Aluminium, Organic Cob and PVC pipe schedule allows H2C to make clean water and oxygen easily accessible to anyone around the globe, as these materials have been proven to be the most economically friendly and low-cost in the market (Barbulianno, 2022). The average house plant has 20 leaves, each leaf creating roughly 5ml of oxygen per hour. This concludes that each plant produces 100ml of oxygen per hour which is 2.4L of oxygen produced per day, per plant. Only 1.2 Litters of oxygen is required to develop efficient water. It is beneficial worldwide due to the compatibility to end climate change-associated global crises simultaneously.

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