ELI5: Explain Like I'm 5

Moisture recycling

Moisture recycling is when someone collects water from one place and stores it, then uses it over and over again. It’s like filling up a cup, using some of the water, then refilling it again. That way, you don’t need to keep finding new sources of water - you just use your own water over and over again. Moisture recycling can help conserve water, so it’s used in many ways. For example, it’s used in farms to help crops grow. In the air, it’s used to keep the air moist, so it’s not too hot and dry. In homes, it’s used to help water plants, instead of having to use fresh water every time. By recycling moisture, we can make sure there’s enough water to go around.