Alum water treatment not harmful, Australian study finds
SYDNEY, Australia, November 3, 1998 (ENS)
Using a world first technique, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has found evidence that convinced researchers that the use of alum – aluminium sulphate – to treat drinking water is safe.
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