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In Virginia, Dominion has offered to hook some neighbors of the Possum Point Power Station up to municipal water or filtration systems after groundwater testing found elevated levels of some contaminants.
Mott Metallurgical developed powder metal processing techniques for filtration and fluid flow control applications.
Many of the contamination problems facing rural America can be traced to old, broken, unreliable infrastructure like leaky pipes, clunky filtration systems, and backed-up sewers.
Either way, Oakland and San Francisco require air filtration systems for on-site consumption.
The group has also purchased reverse-osmosis water filtration systems for households that are unable to connect to the municipal water system.
About 90 percent of that water never sees the inside of a filtration plant, flowing from huge reservoirs as far as 125 miles away in the rural Catskill Mountains.
Fallout shelters were often spaces like concrete-walled basements that could be retrofitted with air filtration systems, intended to protect occupants from the radioactive byproducts of a modest nuclear detonation.
Legislators in 2016 ordered the water lines, or installation of filtration systems in some cases, to be completed near Duke power plants statewide by Oct. 15.
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Definition of filtration for English Language Learners
: the act or process of removing something unwanted from a liquid, gas, etc., by using a filter
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