Agency calls for action 'now' on sewage oestrogens

The Environment Agency has put the final touches to its case for testing new treatment technologies to remove steroid oestrogens from sewage. New research shows that sewage oestrogens cause widespread endocrine disruption and declines in fish fertility - and the Agency can now predict which works pose the highest risks.

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