graphene waste water treatment

From Lead Poisoning in Flint to Landfill Reclamation, It’s All About The Cost of Treating Water

The lead poisoning scandal in Flint, Michigan, highlighted that access to safe drinking water is not just an issue in the developing world. And as Reuters reports, “while poverty remains a potent predictor of lead poisoning, the victims span the American spectrum – poor and rich, rural and urban, black and white. An examination of lead testing results across the …

Disrupting Water Treatment Technology – Equal Parts Economics and Technology

I’ve seen lots of water treatment technologies over the last fifteen years consisting of almost every conceivable variant of nanotechnology, from electrospun nanofibers to graphene. Some of them are great, but many won’t succeed, for a simple reason that is obvious to anyone outside the science community. Hardly a week goes by without some new form of graphene being promoted as …