Wastewater recycler Membrion makes light work of removing heavy metals
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PureTerra, a venture firm that aims to fund “disruptive water technologies,” is pumping millions into Membrion so the Seattle startup can mass-produce its wastewater treatment tech. Membrion claims its ceramic membranes can filter out problematic heavy metals (not the genre, but toxic stuff like lead, arsenic and lithium) for around a twelfth of the cost of […] Wastewater recycler Membrion makes light work of removing heavy metals by Harri Weber originally published on TechCrunch

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