"Super Sand" to capture filtration market

Researchers from Monash University (Australia) and Rice University (Houston, TX) recently announced a new development in water filtration technology. They have created a “super sand” which operates under the same method as millennia-old slow sand filtration. The “super sand” is created used a graphi...

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