Cleaner waters pay off in better fishing

Smith, Libby; Stegemann, Eileen
June 1996
New York State Conservationist;Jun96, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p37
Discusses the cleanup of New York States' lakes and streams. Value of state money spent for funding wastewater treatment since the 1970s; Limits of discharges to surface and groundwater set by the State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES); How polluted water in the Cattaraugus Creek and other bodies of water were recovered.


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