Explained: How 96 Million Black Plastic Shade Balls Are Saving L.A. From Drought

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Short Bytes: The news of dumping millions of black shade balls into LA’s water reservoirs has spread like a wildfire as this was an attempt to save city’s water supply. Today, we’ll explain you the science behind it.

When we shared the news of the dumping of millions of shade balls into LA’s water reservoirs, our fossBytes readers commented on the article with queries regarding the importance and use of these balls.

These shade balls are put in water to maintain the good quality of water and save it from evaporation. But, how does this solution work? Time has created a nice and enriching infographic to explain the science behind this. Take a look at it and know how things are working in LA reservoirs:

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Arpit Verma

Arpit Verma

fossBytes co-founder and an entrepreneur who is in love with budding technologies. A tech enthusiast and a guy who loves to play games and have a good time with his friends!
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