Although the concentration of emerging pollution in the environment is at the level of ng/L~μg/L, which is not as high as traditional pollutants, they may pose higher risks to human health and ecosystems compared with traditional pollutants. Therefore, more effort and research are needed to understand their possible adverse effects. Our research group is dedicated to the fate and transport of emerging pollutants in the environment. By monitoring their distribution in the environment and simulating their migration through column tests, we are able to examine their environmental fate and the influencing factors. Our research focuses on various media, including industrial wastewater, natural water bodies, soil, and sediments. In recent years, we have expended our research media to composted animal manure and indoor dust. The types of emerging contaminants we are interested in include veterinary antibiotics, human drugs and synthetic compounds such as bisphenol A, nonylphenol, and perfluorinated substances. We are also involved in the quantification of microplastics.