Plastics in Clean Water: The Virtual Edition provided a deep dive into how polymers are used in water filtration, water delivery and new technology surrounding this as well as engineering that can go into products ahead of time to minimize microplastics in the waterways. Presentations included microplastics research and development along with membrane technology and the material science that allowed such developments.
Recorded presentations will be available to all attendees of Plastics in Clean Water: The Virtual Edition. If you didn't attend, you will be able to register soon to gain access. Look for more information about accessing recorded sessions shortly.
Program Chair: Lynzie Nebel
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