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Mexico City taps solar energy to clean up historic Aztec-era canals
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9 September 2021
On 9 September 2021 Reuters reported:
Mexican scientists have developed a unique 'nanobubble' system using solar energy to improve water quality in the canals of Mexico City's Xochimilco ecological zone, a popular tourist attraction. Officials in Mexico City have been focused on cleaning up the long-polluted waters of Xochimilco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A team of researchers from the Center for Research and Advanced Studies (Cinvestav) has developed a method using solar energy to activate a pump that sends cleansing 'nanobubbles' into the water.
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