EPA Seeking Public Comment on Phosphorus Limits for Vermont Segments of Lake Champlain

EPA Seeking Public Comment on Phosphorus Limits for Vermont Segments of Lake Champlain
BURLINGTON –The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is making available for public comment the Phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for the twelve Vermont segments of Lake Champlain. Too much phosphorus pollution is reaching Lake Champlain primarily from the streams and rivers draining into it. The primary concern is polluted runoff – rainwater or snowmelt that drains off of parking lots, roads and streets, logging roads, farm fields and croplands, and lawns
EPA Seeking Public Comment on Phosphorus Limits for Vermont Segments of Lake Champlain
Source: EPA Water news

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