Researchers believe they’ve discovered a way to use purple phototrophic bacteria, which can store energy from light, to recover 100% of carbon from household sewage and industrial wastewater

Posted by on November 19, 2018 7:50 pm
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As reported by Science Daily, researchers believe they’ve discovered a way to use purple phototrophic bacteria, which can store energy from light, to recover 100% of carbon from household sewage and industrial wasterwater.

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