Scientists identified 926 "spill events" from two wastewater treatment plants over an 11-year period by employing machine learning. The UK Environment Agency said it was "impressed by the accuracy" of the approach. "We welcome any tool that prevents pollution" the agency said.
The researchers, who published their study in the journal Clean Water, trained a computer algorithm to recognize, through the pattern of flow through a treatment plant, when a spill was happening.
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