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June 6 2014
Scientists are developing a system that can take cow manure and turn it into water that is clean enough for livestock to drink. It also extracts nutrients that can be re-used as fertilizer.
Currently the system produces about 50 gallons of water from 100 gallons of manure. The goal is to increase that number to about 65 gallons. The team says they hope the technology—called the McLanahan Nutrient Separation System—will be ready for commercialization by the end of this year.
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