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A more sustainable source of drinking water
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ABIS can also be effectively utilized for drinking water purification. The ABIS system removes heavy metals, contaminants, and pathogens from a contaminated water source, like a river, lake or ground water, by passing it through the ABIS lagoons and then through an additional Electrochar or another disinfection process like a cathodic-protection sand filter to ensure the highest quality water. In total the system costs a fraction of other similarly functioning technologies, uses little energy, and requires limited technical expertise. This is a particularly popular technology in places where an electricity connection or energy is expensive, available operational budgets are low, and technical expertise is limited.