Singapore scientists find new way to remove harmful chemicals from wastewater

Singapore scientists have developed a new method to remove phosphate from wastewater and the main ingredient used is a kind of bacteria. Having too much phosphate in the water before it is discharged into the sea increases the chances of algae blooms, which are harmful to humans and animals. Professor Stefan Wuertz, Deputy Centre Director at the Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, shared more details.

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