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on October 09, 2014 at 3:04 PM, updated October 10, 2014
COLUMBUS, Ohio — During Toledo’s water crisis this summer, officials wasted two days by botching one round of tests for algae toxin and by failing to stock adequate supplies of testing vials, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur said Thursday.
Last updated: October 31. 2014
COLUMBUS—State Rep. Chris Redfern (D-Catawba Island) today announced the City of Huron received $8,568 from the state to purchase blue-green algae monitoring equipment for the city’s drinking water supply. Huron uses Lake Erie as their water source.
It’s only one study.
But if it’s right, then researchers at the University of Michigan and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration have just proven that Lake Erie is even more vulnerable to toxic bacterial blooms than we thought.