Water makes up about 60% of your body weight. Whether you like it plain, flavored, bubbly, or in beverages or food, we all need water daily to avoid dehydration and stay healthy. For communities in need of clean drinking water, new research using bacteria may offer a simplified, lower-cost method for boosting potable water supplies.

The study, published in the journal Water Research, describes a water treatment process that uses some of the components of standard wastewater treatment but costs less to operate and maintain.

In conventional municipal wastewater treatment facilities, wastewater… more

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