Nutrient Pollution

Nutrients, like nitrogen and phosphorus, are naturally occurring but can be too much of a good thing when found in high concentrations in our waterways.

These nutrients are very high in sewage, septic tanks, stormwater runoff, and fertilizers.

Nutrient pollution can contribute to algal blooms, Algae blooms are a problem because they clog our waterways, turn the water green, smell bad, and can kill fish and wildlife, and can also harm people.


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Nutrient Pollution
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