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  1. Here are some interesting options for industrial wastewater treatment based on recent technological advancements:
    Zero liquid discharge: http://www.saltworkstech.com/brine-management-zero-liquid-discharge/
    Ammonia treatment: http://www.saltworkstech.com/ammonia-wastewater-treatment/
    Landfill leachate treatment: http://www.saltworkstech.com/landfill-leachate/
    Advanced electrodialysis: http://www.saltworkstech.com/electrochem-advanced-electrodialysis/

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  2. This might be of interest to you. I found this video. This guy is in Australia and has created a small water treatment plant… It is for small farms, but I think it might have it’s place in countries where clean water is hard to come by. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bya0CKyL-B8

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