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Mercury Removal From Water

Discussion in 'Resource Conservation - Water, Air, Earth, Etc.' started by Tyler Waugh, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. Mar 2, 2015
    Tyler Waugh

    Tyler Waugh Sustainable Newbie

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    I'm wondering after removing bacteria through boiling and a filter what can I do to remove or atleast get rid of some mercury levels.
     
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    Britesea

    Britesea Super Self-Sufficient

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    It's been my understanding that removing chemicals from water is pretty much impossible with the methods available to homes. If I'm wrong I hope someone steps up and tells us all how to do it? Even distillation may carry the chemical along, as that's how steamed essential oils are made.
     

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