Cleaning Okinawan Pig Farm Wastewater with Microbial Fuel Cells

News   Nov 20, 2017 | Original Story by Anne McGovern for Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University.

 
Cleaning Okinawan Pig Farm Wastewater with Microbial Fuel Cells

MFCs in the OIST Biological Systems Unit lab containing treated and untreated wastewater from the Okinawa Prefectural Livestock and Grassland Research Center. Credit: Okinawa Prefectural Livestock and Grassland Research Center

 
 
 

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