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New water treatment approach helps to avoid harmful chemicals

Graphical abstract. Credit: Environmental Science & Technology (2023). DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.2c09389 The water coming out of your faucet is safe to drink, but that doesn’t mean it’s completely clean. Chlorine has long been the standard for water treatment, but it often contains trace levels of disinfection byproducts and unknown contaminants. Georgia Institute of Technology researchers developed

Water harvesting in Death Valley: Conquering the arid wilderness

(Left) Diagram for how MOF-based water harvester works. (Right) Images of the experiment conducted in Death Valley desert. Credit: POSTECH Korea is regarded as a “water-stressed nation.” Although the country receives an annual precipitation of approximately 1,300mm, it is characterized by concentrated periods and specific regions, thereby giving rise to challenges stemming from water scarcity.

As water reuse expands, proponents battle the ‘yuck’ factor

Credit: CC0 Public Domain When Janet Cruz lost an April election for a Tampa City Council seat, she became a political casualty of an increasingly high-stakes debate over recycled water. During her time in the Florida Legislature, Cruz had supported a new law allowing the use of treated wastewater in local water systems. But many

Too much water can make whiskies taste the same

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain While adding a little water is popularly thought to “open up” the flavor of whisky, a Washington State University-led study indicates there’s a point at which it becomes too much: about 20%. Researchers chemically analyzed how volatile compounds in a set of 25 whiskies responded to the addition of water, including…

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