NewsTiny technology cleans dirty water

5th May 2020by admin0
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An activated carbon filter—found in many household
filtration systems—can purify your drinking water, but it’s no
match for wastewater that contains military-grade explosives. To
clean wastewater from munitions processing and demilitarization, a
pair of University of Delaware environmental engineering professors
and a UD engineering alumnus are teaming up to test a novel
technology using iron nanoparticles.

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