Micropolution Removal

Small concentrations, big consequences. Micropollutants are pharmaceuticals and other difficult compounds that are discharged into the environment from a diverse range of sources like hospitals, household consumption of medicine and chemical industries.

New regulations are expected to come into force in the near future where removal of micropollutants from wastewater is required to avoid its hazardous effects on human health and the environment.

For micropollutant degradation or removal, a variety of biological and physicochemical processes can be employed. Which treatment process is the most suitable for your wastewater will depend on many factors and our group of international experts are ready to help you to find the right solution for your wastewater.