NANO FILTER TO CLEAN WATER 100 TIMES FASTER
Australian Scientist develop a nano-filter that can clean water 100 times faster than current technology we are using. The filter can removes oils and heavy metals including lead from water via an alloy that combines gallium-based liquid metals with aluminium.
RMIT University said in a statement about the innovation that also involved researchers from the University of New South Wales, reports Xinhua news agency.
“causes serious health problems and children are particularly vulnerable”, RMIT researcher Ali Zavabeti said.
“Our new nano-filter is sustainable, environmentally-friendly, scalable and low cost,” said Zavabeti.