New Technology Uses Wastewater to Irrigate Crops

New Technology Uses Wastewater to Irrigate Crops

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irrigation-crop.jpgA British company has created an irrigation system that can grow crops using almost any water, whether pure, brackish, salted or polluted. The system can even take most industrial waste-water and use it without the need for a purification process.

The pipes are made from a plastic that retains virtually all contaminants while letting clean water through to the plants’ roots.

(Continue Reading in Wired)

Congratulations to Mark Tonkin of Design Technology and Irrigation, based in Brighton! 

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