Technology transfer: Water purification, U.S. Army to the civilian community
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- Lindsten, D.C. J Technol Transfer (1984) 9: 57. doi:10.1007/BF02189057
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The Logistics Support Laboratory at the Belvoir Research and Development Center is responsible for the development of water purification equipment for the field Army. Developing water purification systems for military use has led to technological breakthroughs which have benefitted the civilian community. Two examples are the evaluation of the Army's ERDLator for the decontamination of water polluted with asbestos fibers, and design of a plant for the soluble-sulfide precipitation of heavy metals from industrial wastewater.