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  • Writer's pictureStephanus Peters


Microfibres, which are minuscule synthetic fibres shed from various sources such as tires, roads, textiles, plastic products, and cosmetics, have become a significant environmental threat. These tiny pollutants, often less than 5 mm in size and usually invisible to the naked eye, have permeated oceans, rivers, and even sources of drinking water, thereby posing risks to both marine life and human health.

The PEGRAS MPR technology represents a significant advancement in addressing this issue. Capable of capturing microfibers as small as 1 micron, it significantly outperforms traditional water treatment methods, which typically fail to trap such small particles. This underscores the efficiency and effectiveness of the MPR technology in mitigating the environmental impact of microfiber pollution."

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