Two Students Made Compostable Water Filters From Food Waste

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  • Two students from Pratt Institute have created Strøm, a compostable water filters made from food waste.
  • The filters use activated charcoal which are sourced from natural biochar which is then mixed with natural resins.
  • The filters can be used as substitutes for Brita filters and reduces the need for single-use plastic filters.

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