After years of rebuffing pressure to limit fertilizer and manure flowing into Lake Erie, Ohio will develop a Total Maximum Daily Load for phosphorus, which causes harmful algal blooms in the western basin.
The Ohio EPA’s draft 2020 water quality report — which every two years outline the general condition of Ohio’s rivers and lakes — says the state will spend two to three years to develop an enforceable limit on the amount of phosphorus that can be dumped into the water.
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