NTU develops energy saving filters for waste water treatment
Scientists at NTU have invented a new type of nano-filter that could reduce the energy needed to treat waste water by up to 80 per cent. NTU’s NEWRI has come up with a new nano-filtration hollow fibre membrane which requires only 2 bars of water pressure. The technology, which took two years to develop, will allow the world to treat and produce extremely clean water at a low cost. De.mem has taken an exclusive license to commercialize the technology.
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