What are the chances of finding SARS-CoV-2 in treated wastewater?

Medema et al. 2020 already showed the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus in sewage. However, wastewater already contains numerous potentially dangerous pathogens. According to current knowledge, this new virus is shed in stools, but it is questionable if it is still infectious after shedding and in sewage. The new virus is member of a group of viruses that do not have a significant waterborne transmission route. Therefore, the consensus based on current knowledge that a specifc method should not be developed and the standard protocols are enoughly protective.