Removing sewage oestrogens may cost £10 billion

Removing natural and synthetic oestrogens from effluents at sewage treatment works could cost up to £320 million per site over 20 years, research commissioned by the Environment Department (DEFRA) has concluded.1 ENDS estimates that the net present cost across the whole of England and Wales could total £4 to £10 billion.

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