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Published on Feb 28, 2018
After large amount of manganese appeared in local drinking water in 2016, the students of Noble High School developed a system to filter the water. The students created a system that uses a chemical reaction of sodium carbonate and sulfur sulfate to turn the manganese into solid particles that could then be easily filtered out. Local authorities have begun to test the student's filtration system and plan to implement it after several successful tests. The system will help preserve the health of the town and address the current water crisis in the community.