UA Professor, Startup Work to Cleanse the World's Water

by Marty Cook  on Monday, Aug. 20, 2018 12:00 am   4 min read

UA Professor Lauren Greenlee has devised a method using a carbon-iron formula to clean up toxic trichloroethylene in groundwater. If tests go well, it could be a moneymaker.

Life comes down to water, and Lauren Greenlee is working on a project she hopes will one day make the world's water supply much cleaner.

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