Ultra-Violet Light Cleans Toxins in Indiana River

Ultra-Violet Light Cleans Toxins in Indiana River

by -
0

cuyahoga_river_towpath.jpgIndiana waste water treatment plants along the Blue River are choosing to use UV light instead of chlorine to treat their sewage, producing clean water while saving plants and animals from toxic chemical exposure. The Nature Conservancy spearheaded the use of the UV lights and is paying for the additional cost of this process.

Watch the Assignment Earth video on Yahoo News 

______________________________________________
_______________________________

 

COMMENTS