Durham must study phosphorus reduction at Pickering sewage plant
The provincial environment minister has given Durham and York Regions nine months to find a way to reduce phosphorus from a sewage treatment plant "to the lowest achievable level." Glen Murray sent the Regions, the co-owners of the Duffins Creek water pollution control plant in Pickering, a letter ordering them to hire an independent water expert to conduct a phosphorus reduction action plan at the plant.
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