An inexpensive new material made of clay and papaya seeds removes harmful metals from water and could lower the cost of providing clean water to millions of people in the developing world, scientists are reporting. Their study on this “hybrid clay” appears in the journal ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering.
The Seoul municipal government is considering exporting its tap water as part of efforts to promote its high-quality drinking water, officials told Yonhap newswire Monday.
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Source: Braidwood Times
After many years of planning and just over 12 months of construction, the new $3m Braidwood water treatment plant is nearing completion. Over the past few weeks, the principal contractor has been putting the finishing touches to the works and has been running the facility ‘off line’ as part of its own testing processes.