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Brackish water purified with nanotechnology

Created on 30 October 2009
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CSIR researchers, in collaboration with North-West University, are working to treat brackish groundwater using nanofiltration membranes.
The two organisations and a local industry partner, Malutsa, is forming a joint venture with a Greek consortium called Nanopure, and plan to develop various nanotechnology methods for the treatment of water.
The project will be funded by the European Union.
More info: CSIR
Produced by: CSIR
Year: 2009
Language: English 



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