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12/13/2013

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Chuck,
This is interesting science that is slowly be released to others beyond the testing labs. Thanks. I do want to encourage all that I have seen a difference in the past when we all decide to work together at the pollution we can control and let the earth deal with the past!
The Northern Bay suffers from nitrogen laden runoff,not just from Pa., but our own flood ways and treatment plants. I have watched a severe declined in both the Bush and Gunpowder rivers. Previously b to c graded rivers down graded to dead zones this past summer. Reason: runoff and sewage treatment plant discharges exceeding EPA limits.
Solution: repair flood ways, and treatment plants!
We can do the things NOW, let the plant deal with the past, in most cases it able to if we can help
Jack

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