The current project tackles the deficiency of water resources in the UAE caused by the growth of industry and population. The UAE currently reuses 5% of treated wastewater while it uses 60% groundwater and 35% desalinated water. Due to the high demand, the overall groundwater level has continuously declined in the UAE. To reduce the demand for freshwater, the UAE plans to recycle and reuse 100% of its wastewater by 2030. Among various wastewater treatment methods, the advanced oxidation process (AOP) shows a high potential for the degradation of organic pollutants in waters via the catalytic generation of reactive hydroxyl radicals. Ferrites are very promising catalysts for AOP because of their low cost, ease of recovery, efficient recyclability, and reuse. The present work aims at investigating the superior photocatalytic performance of some pure and mixed ferrite nanoparticles in the degradation of typical organic pollutants discharged in wastewater from industrial processes.