U.S. water bodies are in jeopardy of increased pollution

Water pollution is a growing concern around the world as high-quality freshwater supplies continue to dwindle. For example, the 2000 European Framework Directive requires European Union member states to bring and maintain their surface water bodies to a "good" ecological status and a "good" chemical...

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