Dow Chemical to market USC researcher's technology

ASSOCIATED PRESS, AUGUST 3, 2006
COLUMBIA, S.C. The University of South Carolina says water purification technology by one of its researchers will enter the market under a new licensing agreement with The Dow Chemical Company.
Chemical engineer Tom Davis’ technology is a method of removing salt from a liquid.
The technology, called Zero Discharge Desalination, employs a water purification process that separates calcium and sulfate to create two steams of salt.
The technology could benefit communities in the western U-S, where groundwater is limited and often tainted.

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