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PHOSPHORUS LIMITS COULD MEAN BIG BUCKS

A push by the U.S. EPA to reduce the amount of phosphorus in Illinois waterways could come with a hefty price tag for Decatur, Ill. Complying with the new limits and drastically reducing phosphorus levels would require the Sanitary District of Decatur to replace elements of their water treatment plant early, costing the district nearly $100 million. (Herald & Review)

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