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Ontario government invests $24M to reduce phosphorus pollution in Holland Marsh

Plant to reduce phosphorus runoff by 40%

April 21, 2022  By Ground Water Canada

Barrie, Ont. – An investment of $24 million is being made by the Ontario government to build a facility aimed at reducing phosphorus pollution in the Holland River and Lake Simcoe. The facility slated for Holland Marsh is expected to reduce phosphorus runoff by 40 per cent from the wastewater treatment process. The province says this will lead to safer, cleaner drinking water and will help support economic and recreational opportunities in the area. CTV News report | READ MORE

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