Oxyle eliminates over 90% of micropollutants from municipal wastewater treatment plant

In 2014, the Swiss government revised the Water Protection Act, requiring Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) to adopt new advanced treatments aimed at eradicating a minimum of 80% of 12 specific micropollutants. To meet the new regulations, the Municipal Wastewater Treatment required a fresh approach. In this case study, learn how they achieved more than 90% micropollutant removal, reduced both capital and operational expenses, and avoided the creation of toxic by-products.