Record nitrate levels from farm runoff in rivers
Last year's drought combined with the wettest April in Iowa in more than 140 years is causing a significant washing out of fertilizer from farmland and it's ending up in the rivers used by many cities for drinking water.
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“your life is great”
Since: Aug 09
you poop in clean water
#1 May 11, 2013
well that's awesome.
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