10 Water News from November Every Water Expert Should Be Aware Of!

10 Water News from November Every Water Expert Should Be Aware Of!

November went by really quickly, and in case you have been busy, here's your chance to catch up with the most important news from the world of water. Let's recapitulate the most important news from November 2018!

10 Water News from November Every Water Expert Should Be Aware Of!

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Without any further ado, here they are:

 

Method Measures Inorganic Elements from Lithium to Uranium, Creating a “ Fingerprint” That Can Distinguish Liquids from One Another.

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Tesla recently published patent for the company, which outlines a clever wastewater treatment system that could pave the way for more cost savings in operational expenses.  

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The Artificial Intelligence detects water contamination, updates the map and give users information about water safety in real time.

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Researchers have developed a sustainable wastewater treatment system made from agricultural and industrial wastes.

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A new method is being developed to clean contaminated water through an electrochemical process.

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The new method reduces carbon emissions and turns wastewater treatment plants into green generators, says Daniel Puyol of Spain’s King Juan Carlos University.

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The EU-funded CYTO-WATER project has developed an innovative onsite analytical system capable of rapidly detecting different microorganisms in water.

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The new study demonstrates that LGM filtration system could reduce the cost and electricity consumption of high-impact industrial processes such as oil and gas drilling.

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Researchers have discovered an increase in the lifespan of ozone, giving more time for it to treat water both in groundwater and in wastewater treatment systems.

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Software for Integral Modeling of Drinking Water Supply Systems

A software developed by Fundación UADE, through its institute of technology ( INTEC), allows the integral modeling of drinking water supply systems.

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Thank you for reading! Feel free to add the news you think marked the past month!