Water saver: Engineer’s invention makes dirty water reusable

March 10, 2014

Yoram Cohen, the director of the Water Technology Research Center as well of member of the Institute of Environment and Sustainability and assistant professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, has designed a sophisticated water filtration system mimicking wetlands in nature. The system, which is called Gray2Blue Mobile Wetland Graywater Treatment System, has a maximum ouput capacity of 560 gallons of reusable water and could counceivably save Californians billions of gallons of water.

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