The goal of ESR5’s project is to develop a continuous electrostatic separation process for separating nanoplastics and MP from wastewater with the following tasks: 1) Achieve the necessary theoretical and experimental knowledge to understand and optimise the separation of plastics. In the setup, the electric field forces the particle to move towards the electrode. This will be demonstrated as a proof-of-principle in a batch cell. 2) Transfer the system to different polymer nanoparticles and sizes. 3) Build up a continuous apparatus in a lab scale. 4) Build up a pilot/technical plant.

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