"Mystery oestrogens" in sewage are identified

A three-year, £250,000 research project funded by the Environment Agency has found that the mysterious oestrogenic substances present in sewage effluent are predominantly natural oestrogens. Many industries are likely to heave a sigh of relief, but the finding poses questions for the water industry about the ability of sewage treatment to remove the compounds.

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