When rain water runs down dirty city streets and into storm sewers, it can be carrying a lot of filth with it – filth such as E. coli bacteria, which may end up polluting rivers. There could be an inexpensive and efficient new way of ridding the water of that bacteria, however, using chips of waste steel...
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Category: Environment

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Pollution

Purification

South Dakota State University

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Waste

Water


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