The “drinkable book” developed to clean dirty drinking water
On26 September 2015
MONTREAL, Aug. 19, 2015 (Local News) -When looking for a solution to providing developing countries with clean drinking water, Teri Dankovich may have found the answer in a book. The American chemistry researcher has helped develop a book whose pages can be torn out to be used as water filters. She calls it The Drinkable Book. Dankovich says she came up with the idea while doing graduate work in Montreal. CTV News – ‘Drinkable Book’ aims to turn the page on dirty drinking water RISI is not responsible for the reliability or availability of content on external websites. Read more here
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