3/13/2009

A system of sand, piping and common chemicals developed by an engineering professor in North Carolina could eventually treat water for cryptosporidium. Dr. James Amburgey used ferric chloride to neutralize surface charges in cryptosporidium, which is one of the most common causes of waterborne diseases. So far, tests show that same dose is effective in wastewater, local creeks and rivers.

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