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Controversial phosphorus rules approved in WI


September 17, 2010
By Milwaukee News Buzz

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September 17, 2010,
Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has passed
controversial new limits on phosphorus emissions in the state which are
expected to carry a heavy price tag for manufacturers and municipalities.
September 17, 2010,
Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has passed
controversial new limits on phosphorus emissions in the state which are
expected to carry a heavy price tag for manufacturers and municipalities.

Found in manure and
fertilizer, phosphorus is commonly swept into rural rivers and streams by farm
runoff, and it’s also frequently discharged by food, dairy and paper
manufacturers in the state.

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