Sewage oestrogens persist in rivers, Agency study shows

Research commissioned by the Environment Agency has found that natural and artificial steroid oestrogens in sewage effluents may persist in rivers. 1 And sediments may act as a store of oestrogen pollution which remains available to wildlife and can be released into the water during high flows.

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