Minnesota waters deal with excess chloride from road salt

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Fifty Minnesota lakes and streams are on the state’s impaired waters list because of too much chloride. Minnesota Public Radio reports that the chloride is mainly from road salt. Excess chloride can damage aquatic life reproduction, corrode infrastructure and cause humans health problems. Shingle Creek was the first body of […] ...
2 Published By - The Seattle Times - 2018.01.13. 17:45
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