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Any technology that is designed to control pollution, treat or store waste materials, or cleanup contaminated sites. Examples include wet scrubbers (air), soil washing (soil), granulated activated carbon unit (water), and filtration (air, water). Contrast alternative technology.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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