Re: Sewage in he West Fork of Little Bear Creek Helps Steelhead
The key here is the words-just the right amount. Us humans tend to bend that meaning into- let it fly!
Interesting. I'm not sure that human waste and cow dung are the same, also almost all sewage is treated to some extent, which a lot of cow dung is not.
Ammonia and phosphorus treatment usually only occurs in advanced treatment facilities. Ammonia and phosphorus discharges are quite common from lagoon systems which I would suspect Troy uses, which means most of the organics have been oxidized.
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