3.5.2 Ensuring a Clean Water Chain

Course subject(s) Module 3 – Water & Waste Water: Water as Basic Need

Micropollutants in the Water Chain

In the previous video, you saw that patients can help to avoid medicine residues entering the waste water by actively adjusting their toilet behaviour. But why is it important to avoid medicine residues entering the waste water in the first place and are there similar components of concern? Who else, besides patients, can contribute to reducing pollution of waste water with components, such as medicine residues? Let’s ask an expert: Dr. Nora Sutton. In this video, she will tell you more about micro-pollutants.

Micropollutants in the Water Chain

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