Ethinyloestradiol Removal From Water
Ethinyloestradiol is a synthetic hormone and an active ingredient in many contraceptive pills and hormone replacement therapies. It is a type of medicine called synthetic estrogens that imitate the hormone estrogen in our bodies.
Ethinyloestradiol is widely used to prevent pregnancy and manage certain medical conditions. However, its presence in water sources has raised concerns due to potential ecological and health impacts.
A small amount of ethinyloestradiol can harm the hormone systems of water animals. This can cause problems with reproduction in fish and other animals.
This article aims to explore the uses of ethinyloestradiol, its presence in water sources, and various methods employed for its removal. We will also introduce the Nyex Rosalox™ system from Arvia Technology as an efficient and environmentally-friendly solution.