Sustainable drainage material removes toxic metals from runoff

A new sustainable drainage material that can remove toxic heavy metals pollution from road runoff has been developed in a bid to help improve river water quality

SDS Aqua-Xchange on a road verge
The material can be used in a linear filter drain

A new sustainable drainage material that can remove toxic heavy metals pollution from road runoff has been developed in a bid to help improve river water quality.

Created by water infrastructure company SDS Ltd, the granular material called SDS Aqua-Exchange is intended to capture copper and zinc in surface water runoff.  

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