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reverse-osmosis

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  • The 70-acre island now has 10 wind-turbine generators, solar power with backup batteries and a reverse-osmosis water-purification system that will make 21,000 gallons of water a day.

    My Own Private Island

  • But reverse-osmosis contraptions can be slow and cost hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars.

    Pipe Dreams

  • In our latest report, we found several carafe, faucet-mounted, countertop, undersink, and reverse-osmosis models that do an excellent job of removing the toxin. —

    New bill would help get the lead out of drinking water

  • Though the membranes are still in a very early stage of development, developers say they could cut the cost of reverse-osmosis desalination by 25%.

    High-Tech Cures for Water Shortages

  • See our full report on water filters, including Ratings (available to subscribers) for carafe, faucet-mounted, countertop, undersink, and reverse-osmosis models.

    Study: It could be smart—literally—to drink filtered water

  • But reverse-osmosis contraptions can be slow and cost hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars.

    Pipe Dreams

  • The company says it has begun producing membranes and complete reverse-osmosis modules, which incorporate the membranes and can replace the filters already used in existing desalination plants.

    The Winners, Category by Category

  • NanoH2O Inc., based in El Segundo, Calif., was voted best in the environment category for a nanotechnology-based reverse-osmosis membrane that promises to reduce the cost of running a typical desalination plant by as much as 25%.

    The Winners, Category by Category

  • A nanotechnology-based reverse-osmosis membrane that promises to reduce the cost of running a typical desalination plant by as much as 25%.

    2010 Technology Innovation Winners

  • These include reverse-osmosis filters, which our tests show remove the widest range of contaminants of all water filtration systems.

    Study: It could be smart—literally—to drink filtered water

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