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Drinking Water


Drinking water treatment technologies to address health risks posed by mixtures of a broad array of contaminants, and groups of like contaminants, including emerging contaminants (currently unregulated). Preferably, technologies will be low-cost, easy to operate, not cause distribution issues, minimize production of undesirable residuals, gain public acceptance, minimize energy use, and comply with regulations.

Technologies to perform remote monitoring to help facilitate the measuring of the state of the environment.   Technologies should use less human interaction, distributed systems, be robust, remote, and focus on chemicals that the EPA measures/regulates (Drinking Water Contaminants).

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