Utah scientists harness electrons for better wastewater cleaning
The microscopic domain of certain highly useful microbes is well known by Jack Adams, a metallurgical engineering research professor at the University of Utah and president of startup company Inotec. Along with company co-founder Mike Peoples, a doctoral student in environmental engineering, he has refined a method for cleaning contaminated mining wastewater that uses microbes and a steady stream of electrons.
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