This week, an encore presentation one of the most creative and unusual tech projects going on here in Ohio this year, which we featured originally In August.
Two Professors from Ohio University in Athens have come up with a way to transform water polluted with toxic acid mine drainage (AMD) into small tubes of beautiful artist paints.
Now, Environmental Engineering Professor, Dr. Guy Riefler, and Art Professor, John Sabraw, have their sights set on an even more ambitious goal; major water reclamation projects funded through large-scale adoption of their innovative tech breakthrough.
Listen now as we talk about the "Pollution to Pigment" project, with John Sabraw, Professor of Art, and Chair of Painting & Drawing, and Digital Art & Technology at Ohio University.