Mushrooms Hold Key to Stormwater Treatment
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Mycoremediation, the use of fungi to treat water and soil, could be the stormwater filter of the present and future. A couple of projects in Portland, Oregon are putting the science to the test. According to Wikipedia, “one of the primary roles of fungi in the ecosystem is decomposition, which is performed by the mycelium. The post Mushrooms Hold Key to Stormwater Treatment appeared first on Green Building Elements .