This Tree Branch-Based Water Filter Could Quench Your Thirst


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MIT researchers have successfully experimented on a simple, tree branch-based water filter that may just provide an inexpensive solution for clean drinking water in the developing world.

This water filter innovation only requires a fresh branch of white pine and some low-cost plastic tubing. This inexpensive, disposable water filter could possibly bring clean water to millions of people in developing countries that have little to no access to clean, safe drinking water.


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