A multi-disciplinary assessment of endocrine disrupting chemicals, pharmaceuticals and personal care products in australia's largest inland sewage treatment plant and the molonglo/murrumbidgee effluent-receiving environment
An important milestone in twentieth-century environmental science was the publication of several reports from the United Kingdom in the 1990's, showing reproductive abnormalities in fish living downstream of sewage effluent outfalls. These observations triggered an outpouring of research targeted at endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs), pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in sewage treatment plants (STPs) and effluent-receiving environments. However, the Australian evidence base...[Show more]
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