Artificial wetland in Ohio filters runoff, fights algae

17 Oct

Read the full story in Great Lakes Echo.

Ohio officials have built an artificial wetland to help prevent blooms of toxic algae in Grand Lake St. Marys by filtering runoff from a nearby creek.

The Ohio lake located about two and a half hours southwest of Lake Erie has been a hotspot for toxic algal blooms over the past few years.

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Posted by on October 17, 2013 in Water


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