MIT Researchers Discover Sapwood is Inexpensive Water Filtration Method – Guardian Liberty Voice

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Guardian Liberty Voice
Sapwood from a tree branch can be used to filter over 99 percent of E.coli from drinking water, according to the latest findings by MIT mechanical engineers, and this low-cost method of water filtration may prove to be a boon to developing countries.
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