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September 3rd, 2005
Technology may quench thirst for drinking water
A plastic tube and a fluorescent light could turn out to be two crucial components for getting drinking water back in New Orleans.
Like with oil, some experts believe that the growing consumption will begin to stress existing supplies of drinkable water. Some start-ups have proposed nanotechnology solutions for purifying water.
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