…I do not know the science behind this assessment nor do I know how they define “purification”…

…I do not know the science behind this assessment nor do I know how they define “purification”…

Tiny graphene membrane creates “supercharged water purification” in one simple step

Fresh water supplies continue to be assaulted on multiple fronts. Front page news at the moment is the unfolding disaster in Cape Town, South Africa which could be completely without water by June. According to some, this is as much the result of politics as it is the result of a three-year drought.At the same time, clearly man-made disasters like the corporate hoarding of fresh water is on the rise. At the heart of this initiative to make water a commodity has been Nestle, whose former CEO clearly stated …
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