Meng Lean, a principal scientist at the Palo Alto Research Center, is developing a new method to purify waste water. Using the flowing motion of water and centrifugal force, a portable device uses the method, hydrodynamic separation, to split up waste particles, eliminating the need for a filtration barrier.
PARC: Purifying water through movement
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Meng Lean, a principal scientist at the Palo Alto Research Center, is developing a new method to purify waste water. Using the flowing motion of wate...
Nov 22, 2010
I believe Shuvo Roy with the implantable kidney & Meng Lean with this water purification process should get together & work to develop a combination for use in the artificial kidney as well. Gives an alternative to what Shuvo Roy has already helped to develop & may result in breakthroughs.
Dear Sirs: I would be interested in this for our small water system. Presently we have 375 customers, but could go to a max of 800. Could you send me any information about this technology to the email@example.com. Very respectively, Arnold Miller