Lockheed promises to clean brak water

Imagine a filter one atom thick, 1,000 times stronger than steel, looking like chicken wire when seen through under a powerful electron microscope, and you get some idea of what lies behind Lockheed’s new product it calls Perforene.


Clearer waters on the horizon

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The changing of our climate and dramatic growth in our population is putting more demand on our natural water sources. The main consumption occurring in the agricultural, industrial and domestic (potable) sectors. Quality water is essential for life and productivity, the only two options available are to produce more but ideally conserve and reuse what we currently have.

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