Study blames sewage for river eutrophication

A study of seven lowland river catchments has concluded that phosphate in sewage effluent presents a greater eutrophication risk than agricultural run-off.1 The findings extend previous research suggesting that phosphate needs to be removed from even small sewage discharges.

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