Lake & Water Quality

How Reverse Osmosis is Used to Produce Maple Syrup

Taking RO technology beyond water purification
By Kurt Anderson
Published: January 18, 2013
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In our March 2013 issue, we outlined the pros and cons of installing a reverse osmosis (RO) water treatment system at the cabin. You may be familiar with the fact that reverse osmosis is a technology used to produce ultrapure drinking water, especially in arid regions. But did you know that RO systems also offer a more efficient way to produce real maple syrup?
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