Who Put The Phosphorus In The River?
STREAMS ARE SENSISTIVE TO EXCESS POLLUTION, WHICH TURNS WATER GREEN, SUFFOCATES FISH
Posted: December 18, 2011 at 5:21 a.m.
Phosphorus pollution in the Illinois River continues to fester. Recently, the Northwest Arkansas Council, a regional business group, asked Washington and Benton counties and five cities to finance yet another study of the problem. A new scientifically objective study might help.
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Opinion, Pages 15 on 12/18/2011