Phosphorous levels not declining at a fast enough rate may call for new measures.

Nearly four years after Toledo’s 2014 water crisis, the Maumee River and other western Lake Erie tributaries are still besieged by algae-forming phosphorus.

Full story here: http://www.toledoblade.com/local/2018/04/13/Running-out-of-Lake-Erie-options-Kasich-administration-looks-to-get-tougher.html

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