Graphene Assisted Water & Liquid Purification Innovation!

One Small Researcher's Discovery - One Giant Leap for Clean Water!
By: Spektrum1 / bearcreekresearch
LEXINGTON, Ky. - March 8, 2019 - PRLog -- One small researchers discovery -
         One giant leap for clean pure Water!

Imagine, low cost water filtering and processing, at about half the current costs!
Now, include seawater to potable water conversion!

Don't stop there, include toxic water such as lead, pharmaceutical, nuclear analogs, petro, virus and bacteria laden sources.

Currently we expense approximately $150 billion dollars annually, or about $2 per 1,000 gallons of municipal drinking water.

Treatment accounts for about 15 percent of expended dollars.

Facility expenses are not getting cheaper, they are asked to handle more and more exotic mixed unknowns and not all towns and even cities can afford new equipment. Spektrum1 research has successfully converted human urine to potable drinking water, water that can be stored without fouling.

The graphene filter and processing has been reduced to small lab creation, with small lab expenses. The Spektrum1 water filter and treatment is scalable and affordable, from retrofitting 5 psi up to 900 psi water treatment facilities. The Organic emphasized processing past the Spektrum1 filter composed of proprietary processing the AZ graphene base, is surprisingly affordable and effective. Once sources and processing meet economies of scale, retrofitting seawater to potable water and municipal reservoirs, rivers, wells, and lakes, can begin supplying a high quality tap water.

Facility costs can become a less expensive proposition and concentrate on repairs, upgrades and new piping versus battling treatment headaches.

Don Hall, N.D. / N.M.D.
Six Sigma Black Belt
Project Manager
BearCreekResearch Founder and Director, 1998

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