Osorb, absorbs, crud

Scientists at the College of Wooster in Ohio have once again proven that sometimes good things come out of random discovers.  So is the case with Osorb a nanomaterial made of glass that helps clean up water.  The nanomaterial wich is made from nanometer-scale glass particles swells when it comes in contact with various pollutants like hydrocarbons.  Clean water is probably one of the most important things facing society and a lot of manufacturing produces stuff that we don't want to drink.  Add a bit of Osorb and it removes the pollutants, plus you can use Osorb again and again.