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08/09/2022
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  • Microbial cleaning crew scours sewage plants
    Ciliates and rotifers are the 'cleaners' in sewage treatment plants. That is the result of a study by Jule Freudenthal and Dr Kenneth Dumack in the research group of Professor Dr Michael Bonkowski ...


  • High Performance Ceramics against water germs
    Removing pathogens from drinking water is especially difficult when the germs are too tiny to be caught by conventional filters. Researchers at Empa and Eawag are developing new materials and proce...






  • Glyphosate eliminated by cyanobacteria
    Researchers from Agroscope and Eawag have discovered that, under certain conditions, the herbicide glyphosate is rapidly degraded in Lake Greifen (Greifensee). The evidence strongly suggests that t...
  • Soil bugs munch on plastics
    Thin mulch films made of polyethylene are used in agriculture in numerous countries, where they cause extensive soil contamination. Researchers at ETH Zurich and Eawag have now identified an altern...
  • What happens to soils in weightlessness?
    In the future, astronauts on long missions in space will have to take care of their own farming. But will that even work? An unusual experiment by Eawag researcher was designed to find some of the ...




  • Reducing Trichloramine in pool water
    Chlorination of water in swimming pools leads to the formation of trichloramine, a potentially harmful compound. How much of this by-product is formed depends on the amount of chlorine in the water...
  • Linking cell-population to whole-fish growth
    Before new chemicals can be approved, environmental risk assessments have to be carried out. But conventional toxicity testing with live fish is costly and time-consuming, and new substances contin...


  • Toxic effect of silver particles on algae examined
    It has long been known that, in the form of free ions, silver particles can be highly toxic to aquatic organisms. Yet to this day, there is a lack of detailed knowledge about the doses required to ...