What Will it Take to Rid the Region’s Ponds of Toxic Cyanobacteria Blooms? | Conservation Law Foundation

What Will it Take to Rid the Region’s Ponds of Toxic Cyanobacteria Blooms?

Eve Zuckoff, WCAI

“It is in no way a solution to say we’re going to post warnings around these beloved waters and allow them to be degraded and that will keep the public safe,” declared Christopher Kilian, a senior attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF). 

To Kilian, it’s better to solve the problem from the source. And the main source is septic systems that allow too much nitrogen to seep through the groundwater and end up in ponds, where it fuels cyanobacteria blooms. 

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