New Jersey officials propose easing phosphorous standards

06/24/2009 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Officials with New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection have proposed rolling back a phosphorous standard imposed in 2004 for rivers and streams. The current standard regulates phosphorous through numerical limits, but officials have proposed a less-rigorous "narrative" standard. Environmentalists in the state protested the move as a setback for water protection.

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