Michigan, Ohio, Ontario to cut Lake Erie phosphorus to stave off algae blooms

Michigan, Ohio and Ontario, Canada, have agreed to slash the amount of phosphorous flowing into the Western Lake Erie Basin 40% by 2025, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s office announced Friday. The target is meant to cut back on toxic algae blooms like the one that prompted a two-day tap water shutoff in 2014 for 400,000 people … Continue reading Michigan, Ohio, Ontario to cut Lake Erie phosphorus to stave off algae blooms