Drinking-Water Act

Perlroth, Nicole
September 2009
Forbes Asia;9/7/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 13, p56
The article reports on the box that will burn the cow dung to power a water purifier worked by Dean Kamen, a 57-year-old inventor. It notes that if he could do the project successfully, he could stop the water-borne diseases that kill five million people a year. It states the reason behind the effort of Kamen's Deka Research & Development Corp. that is going into making the parts small, cheap and maintenance free.


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