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It is with great satisfaction that we can now document excellent pathogen removal clearance for both water-borne
bacteria and viruses with efficiency above 99.999 percent.
We are optimistic that through future development of devices the filter paper produced from the locally growing algae will be useful to prevent potentially deadly water-borne
diseases and improve the quality of life for millions of people" said Khondkar Siddique-e-Rabbani, Honorary Professor at University of Dhaka and project coordinator in Bangladesh.
Chest specialist and family physician, Dr Abdul Ghafoor Shoro, said that a rise in the incidence of water-borne
diseases has already been observed after last week's downpour.
Tolani said she was surprised when her baby was diagnosed with water-borne
disease considering the fact that she always keeps him under close watch.
However, it's not just in the architectural sector that water-borne
formulations are seeing major advances.
When the project is complete, Silberline, a 60-year-old family-owned company, will be one of the biggest water-borne
compatible aluminum pigment manufacturers in North America.
Previously, the very first reverse osmosis plant in Malir town of Karachi installed in 2014 has helped in the reduction of water-borne
diseases by an estimated 70%.
The Lubrizol Corporation announced the commercial availability of Solsperse W100, W200--new dispersants from the Solsperse W-Series family of waterborne dispersant technology--and W300, a water-borne
hyperdispersant for use in performance coatings for building and construction applications.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Aug 7, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - The Lubrizol Corporation announces the commercial availability of Solsperse(TM) W100, a new dispersant from the Solsperse(TM) W-Series family of water-borne
Nana MprahBesemura III, Paramount of the Krachi Traditional Area, says the people of KeteKrachi are not far from contracting deadly water-borne
diseases, should the government and private organisations continue to further delay in helping the community with urban water supply.