Team:FHS Frederick MD/Clean Water


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Clean Water

The bacteria within microbial fuel cells will eat away at many forms of organic matter found in wastewater, thereby fulfilling the role of a treatment plant, and creating a clean water source.

There are also no waste products produced by microbial fuel cells, as the energy they generate is taken from the electrons of the organic matter they digest, therefore making pollutants such as nitrogen and other toxic byproducts of no concern.