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R&D in Progress on U.S. Army Greywater Recycling

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The U.S. Army uses an estimated 20M gallons of water per year for field sanitation. In an effort to cut down on logistics stress and cost, the Greywater Remediation and Recycling project was started two years ago with the aim of reducing potable water consumption and greywater backhauling by two-thirds. The team is working with two technologies on the commercial market that have for decades been used for industrial applications, such as ultra-filtration for car washes, that are now small and lightweight enough to be practical for the military. Critical attributes include...

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