New Conn. company sees gold in brown river water

Associated Press: Two weeks ago, Robert Wood walked to one of four large plastic tanks, opened a valve and drew a cup of clear water. Just moments before, the brackish water, which came directly from the adjacent Pawcatuck River, had a brownish tint and was filled with particles. He then faced a small group of people touring his two-month-old facility, which is in 6,000 square feet of formerly vacant mill space on Mechanic Street. "For the second week in a row I will perform a death-defying feat as I drink this......

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