U.S. EPA publishes its take on emerging wastewater technologies

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently published a report on current and emerging wastewater treatment technologies. While regular readers of the Lux Research Water Journal will recognize the list of emerging technologies isn't comprehensive, the report offers good context and is a rec...

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