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Attorney says other sources could taint water


November 19, 2009
By ABC News

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November 19, 2009, Tulsa,
OK – A scientist testified that runoff from fields spread with poultry manure
accounted for a major portion of phosphorus pollution in a sensitive
northeastern Oklahoma watershed.
November 19, 2009, Tulsa,
OK – A scientist testified that runoff from fields spread with poultry manure
accounted for a major portion of phosphorus pollution in a sensitive
northeastern Oklahoma watershed.

But an attorney for 11
Arkansas poultry companies who do business there argued that geochemist Roger
Olsen overlooked nearly 20 other possible sources of pollution, such as
coal-fired power plants, urban runoff and cattle operations.

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