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  • Ka L. 1 month ago
    Sorry, when reading recyclebank exercises, question keep popping up in my head...
  • Ka L. 1 month ago
    I don't understand how we can run out of water on the earth. All the water on the earth never disappears, if i am correct, stay within our atmosphere. If pure water can be extracted from waste water via evaporation and/or distillation, and water treatment, how can we have a shortage? I guess if some of the earth's water is displaced, drinking water, with sludge sitting in it, then evaporation/distillation? I learned through recycle bank that a small portion of water on this earth is drinking water compared to the vast majority, ocean water.
  • Ka L. 1 month ago
    Or evaporation from some dioxin-water-pit, the water evaporated would be chemical free.
  • Ka L. 1 month ago
    Can't large scale distillation draw out water from the chemical water slush to extract "pure water?"
  • Ka L. 1 month ago
    Ok, if the portion of water mixed with chemicals other than dioxin, and dioxin itself, what is done with that water afterwards? Would it be used again to bleach, and the like the next batch of pulp mash, and then the next, and if so, what is done with the chemical water when it's use is exhausted, or something like that.... ??
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