In article <1995Feb13.202959.10410 at es.dupont.com>,
heldreth at esvx12.es.dupont.com (Kathleen M. Heldreth) wrote:
> In article <3hc5t6$1bfs at usenetp1.news.prodigy.com>, XXSR22A at prodigy.com (James Gravely) writes:
> >I SAW A SHORT SEGMENT ON THE DISNEY CHANEL ABOUT A MAN WHO COULD REMOVE
> >CONTAMINATES FROM WATER BY USING A SERIES OF DIFFERENT PLANTS TO CLEAN
> >THE WATER.
> >WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THIS?
> > JAMES GRAVELY XXSR22A at prodigy.com> >
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The organization doing this work is called:
Ocean Arks International
1 Locust Street
Falmouth, MA 0254
or e-mail Beth Josephson @ bjosephs at hoh.mbl.edu
There is plenty of information available in the press, too. Try a search
at the library on "Solar Aquatics" or "Living Machines".
There are several facilities doing this type of remediation around the
United States. They are great places to visit ;-).
Woods Hole, MA
schwalbe at hoh.mbl.edu