Purifying Water at the Georgia Aquarium
By Trude Witham
Aquarium fish need many things to survive; clean water is one of them. The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, among the worldﾒs largest, has plenty of clean water for the more than 100,000 animals and fish that live there. The incoming city water must be treated before it can be used in the aquariumﾒs fresh and saltwater exhibits. The aquarium uses specialized high-purity water treatment equipment to remove chlorine, dissolved minerals, and organics from the main facilityﾒs incoming water and the make-up water for all the fresh water exhibits.
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