Micropollutants in our wastewater

Micropollutants in our wastewater is a growing problem and so is the concern for the long-term hazard to the ecosystem. This website aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the problem, explain the solutions available, as well as provide for relevant articles, studies and links – all in one site.

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Micropollutants are a problem

Micropollutants refer to residue from substances like pharmaceuticals, hormones, pesticides and industrial chemicals, that are non-biodegradable and therefore end up in our waters.

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There are solutions available

Today’s biological wastewater treatment plants are not built to remove micropollutants. But there are several proven technologies to be considered.

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Need more in-depth information?

This site aims to prove summaries of relevant studies concerning micropollutants and its reduction with advanced waste water technologies.

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