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The Journal looks at the river water problem: after years of steady improvement in its quality, this trend turned around in 2010.
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The article only seems to talk about the fecal coliform problem. There are other factors to consider with water quality, such as industrial pollutants and even algae levels. I don’t think blanket statements about water quality can be made unless they consider multiple factors.
A few years ago I read that the level of industrial pollution is way, way down, and as far as I know that trend has continued. So there might be high-ish bacterial levels, but at least we’re not dealing with high levels of metals and industrial chemicals.
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