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The Water in Your Toilet Could Fight Climate Change One Day

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Researchers are beginning to explore how we might tweak wastewater treatment to capture CO2 instead of emitting it, slowing the ravages of climate change.

For instance, researchers like Stenstrom have a hard time even getting wastewater facilities to be more efficient, to say nothing of exploring futuristic technologies like carbon sequestration. Sure, the plants can update their systems to save energy, but that means extra investment and work for the operators.

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