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Vital Role for Bacteria in Next-Generation Wastewater Treatment

News   May 14, 2019 | Original story from The University of Oklahoma

 
Vital Role for Bacteria in Next-Generation Wastewater Treatment

An OU study expands the understanding of activated sludge microbiomes for next-generation wastewater treatment and reuse systems enhanced by microbiome engineering. Credit: University of Oklahoma.

 
 
 

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