Removing hazardous substances such as ammonia from wastewater is complicated and expensive. A researcher in Germany is working on a method that promises to make the process simpler and cheaper – while turning wastewater into a source of energy.
German consumers are having to pay more on average for drinking water, an evaulation from the Green party has found. The cause is traced to agribusiness nitrates that must not find their way into potable water.
Did you know that chopsticks help against boredom? That our medicines are destroying the environment? Or that a new blood test can read our inner clock? DW brings you this week's health news, all in one handy guide!
The German-Indian environment forum opens in New Delhi on Wednesday to tackle environmental issues together. DW looks at several areas where the two countries have already begun working together.
One of Aldi's fruit and vegetable suppliers has been accused of helping ruin an important lagoon, a media report has said. Germany's demand for cheap vegetables has been blamed for encouraging farmers to cut corners.
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