Wood could clean up in the world of water purification
Oftentimes, the places that require water purification the most – such as developing nations or disaster sites – have the least in the way of infrastructure. This means that electrically-powered systems can't be used, while technology utilizing materials such as silver may be too costly. Help could be on the way, however, in the form of water filters made from wood... Continue Reading Wood could clean up in the world of water purification Category: Good Thinking Tags: Filters Purification Water KTH Royal Institute of Technology Wood Bacteria Related Articles: Water-purifying tech brings new meaning to "coffee foam" Katadyn Vario Water Filter The Drinkable Book has water-purifying pages Smog scrubbing tower cleans up in Beijing "Black rectangle" uses
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