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Could Sunshine Solve the World's Clean Water Crisis?

News   Apr 19, 2021 | Original story from University of South Australia

 
Could Sunshine Solve the World's Clean Water Crisis?

UniSA's photothermal evaporator is a cost-effective water purification technique that could deliver safe drinking water to millions of vulnerable people using cheap, sustainable materials and sunlight. Credit: University of South Australia

 
 
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