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We reserve the right to close comments at any time. The region did the right thing and more good things happened than they expected. Male fish in the Grand River that started to produce eggs after exposure to toxins in the water made a full recovery after Kitchener, Ont.

Inbiology professor and researcher Mark Servos started to track the of intersex male rainbow darter fish in the Grand River ahead of planned upgrades by the Region of Waterloo to the Kitchener wastewater treatment plant. Inthe region changed the aeration tank in its water treatment plant.

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How grandmother orcas help explain the evolution of menopause Audio: Male fish in Grand River producing eggs Birth control pill threatens fish populations Inbiology professor and researcher Mark Servos started to track the of intersex male rainbow darter fish in the Grand River ahead of planned upgrades by the Region of Waterloo to the Kitchener wastewater treatment plant.

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Already have an ? Kitchener-Waterloo Sewage plant upgrade reverses 'feminized' male fish A year University of Waterloo study has found upgrades to Kitchener's wastewater treatment plant have reset the reproductive systems of male darter fish that had started to produce eggs after exposure to toxins in the Grand River. Comments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines.

In some cases, we could open up the fish and we could actually see the eggs developing in the testes. Related Stories Photos.

External Links Reduction of Intersex in a wild fish population study. the conversation Create. Switzerland, he noted, has been doing extended and more expensive treatment at wastewater plants.

The health of fish in the Grand River was an important issue for the Region of Waterloo, Servos said, but it's also a very big research concern globally. Servos, who is the Canada Research Chair in water quality protection, said over the 12 months following the upgrades, they noticed a big difference in the fish — the of intersex males dropped from per cent to 29 per cent.

The study was published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments. The rainbow darter fish — which were studied because they are extremely sensitive to estrogens and other hormone disrupters in the water — didn't develop the same colour, they didn't behave the same way and they didn't reproduce the way they should.

The problems were being caused by endocrine disrupters in the water — chemicals that interact with the body and change how hormones al and interact with different organs. Researchers found that helpful microorganisms used to remove toxic ammonia from the treated water being released into the river, also reduced the levels of those endocrine disrupters.

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