Takeaways:

  • Researchers from the University of Waterloo have found a way to remove almost all the arsenic from the lake water with common waste materials.
  • They found that a mixture of wood chips, leaf mulch, limestone, and leftover iron filings generates an available environment for bacterial reproduction.
  • This bacteria could absorb the arsenic by making it solid.

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