Future of the Environment

This station recycles the water you use to wash your hands

Around four million people die as a result of diarrhoeal diseases or respiratory infections every year. Image: REUTERS/Kenny Katombe

Stephanie Schnydrig


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Local water treatment: The recycling plant for slightly contaminated wastewater in the field test in summer 2018 in the Hardturm Stadionbrache in Zurich. Image: Eva Reynaert/Eawag

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