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Fibre balls in the fight against micropollutants


By Greg Smith

Fuzzy Filters, which are made from synthetic fibres and shaped into a sphere, are said to be able to eliminate as much as 95% of all trace substances and also remove microplastics and phosphorus from wastewater. Unlike conventional filter systems, the liquid to be filtered flows both around the outside of the filter material as well as through it.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s February 2023 issue:


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