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Combating Corrosion in Wastewater Treatment Plants

News   Feb 26, 2018 | Original Story by Barbara Gigler for Graz University of Technology.

 
Combating Corrosion in Wastewater Treatment Plants

Microbial induced concrete corrosion (MICC) causes massive damage to wastewater plants. Researchers from Graz present a new solution against the sulphuric acid attack. Credit: TU Graz.

 
 
 

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