Major investments needed to curb eutrophication, WWF warns

A report from the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-UK) has lambasted successive Governments' policies on eutrophication and underlined the UK's international obligations to reduce nutrient discharges to the sea.1 It predicts that major investment will be required by water companies to cut nutrient inputs by about 50% before 2010.

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