No swimming, water polluted

Gatling, Sarah
January 2002
South Carolina Business;2002, Vol. 22, p25
Focuses on the reduction of pollution in the ocean of South Carolina. Consequences of pathogens to swimmers; Means of controlling pollution in the lawns and gardens; Caution to household chemicals application; Advice to animal waste.


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