New technologies cheer up sewage treatment

Water companies are spending billions of pounds on better sewage treatment to improve water quality. Requirements for nutrient stripping, higher microbiological standards, the removal of endocrine disruptors and a declining public tolerance of sewage odours are pushing the traditionally conservative industry to try new technologies - or dust down old ones which have never been attempted in the UK. Membrane treatment is undergoing a boom, and further improvements promise to revolutionise sewage treatment and effluent standards.

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