Regulating oestrogens: Effluent controls on the horizon

The Environment Agency believes that its latest research provides incontrovertible evidence that oestrogenic effluents are damaging wild fish populations. It is now close to setting environmental quality standards to protect fish and guide a new generation of discharge consents requiring water companies and industrial dischargers to limit oestrogenic compounds in their effluents.

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