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The human species is currently at an inflexion point. Can we mobilise the quantum of ingenuity needed to expand and advance our current capacity to treat wastewater at a rate faster than human ingenuity is developing new ‘forever chemicals’ and complex molecules used in medicines?
 
The sewage crisis taking place in Britain is an important inflexion point for many reasons. For those not following these events, many of the rivers in England are severely damaged by sewage return flows.
 
The significance is that in 1830 the First Industrial Revolution ended in Britain, giving them a comparative advantage in international trade. This caused a massive migration of people following the new jobs in the cities.
 

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