Thames Water seeks controls on agricultural pesticides

Scientists from Thames Water have called for new controls on agricultural pesticides because of their continuing contamination of drinking water. Non-agricultural pesticides accounted for most water quality breaches until last year, when the agricultural herbicide isoproturon became the most common offender.

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