This month is Unblocktober, a month-long national campaign to prevent sewer blockages and protect our ocean. For decades our population has spilled harmful products down our drains which can lead to blockages, fatbergs and pollution in our oceans.
In our last blog on Microplastics, we discussed what they are, how they impact the environment, and what we can do in everyday life to minimise their entry into the environment. In this blog we will look at how CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) spills are contributing to microplastic pollution.
Phosphorous is an essential, limited, non-renewable resource that is necessary in supporting global food production. It is critical for plant and animal life; a key component of fertilisers and hence modern agriculture relies on it. This blog focuses why phosphate should be recovered from water.
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