Cities that are running out of water can now safely remove at least some pharmaceuticals from recycled water and wastewater

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(Natural News) If cities are forced to recycle water, they’ll need to find a way to filter out pharmaceuticals – such as the widely used anxiety drug Diazepam – from wastewater. So, South African researchers have developed titanium dioxide nanofibers that can remove drugs from water, reported ScienceDaily. The fibers are the brainchild of a…

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