U.S. EPA Seeks Public Input on Bi-national Phosphorus Reduction Targets to Combat Lake Erie Algal Blooms

U.S. EPA Seeks Public Input on Bi-national Phosphorus Reduction Targets to Combat Lake Erie Algal Blooms
CHICAGO (July 7, 2015) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public input on proposed phosphorus reduction targets to combat harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie. The Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement requires the United States and Canada to adopt targets to reduce excess phosphorus levels for Lake Erie by early 2016. “The United States and Canada are committed to cutting phosphorus levels to protect Lake Erie from harmful algal blooms,” said U.S
U.S. EPA Seeks Public Input on Bi-national Phosphorus Reduction Targets to Combat Lake Erie Algal Blooms
Source: EPA Water news

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