DENVER, Colo. - 750 million people worldwide don't have access to clean water. That's more than twice the population of the United States.
"It's pretty nasty looking," said Lockett Wood PhD, CEO & President of Longmont-based Avivid Water Technology, looking at a jar of brown sludge.
Wood says that after nearly a decade of development, he's discovered a safe way to purify water using a process known as electrocoagulation.
“Much water-purification is done with toxic chemicals like Chlorine, but this is an electrochemical technology,” he said.
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