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What is The Everglades Nutrient Removal Project,
A Subsidiary of The 836.2 Million Dollar
Everglades Construction Project

Leigh Fulghum, ed. 1997; updated 2004 and linked to soap box commentary

"Monitoring data suggest that the Everglades has responded to decreased mercury emissions from municipal solid waste and medical waste incineration in South Florida. Levels in largemouth bass, despite substantial declines in recent years, remain well above the proposed 0.3 milligrams per kilogram fish tissue criterion proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. "-2004 Executive Summary

And so, we see after ten years, though the air pollution is less, the fish are still inedible, while not much is being said about arsenic.- LF

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Compiled with Material reprinted from the South Florida Water Management District Everglades Nutrient Removal Project 1995 Monitoring Report.

catbullet.gif (907 bytes)Introduction
catbullet.gif (907 bytes)Everglades Nutrient Removal Location Map
catbullet.gif (907 bytes)ENR Site Plan and Monitoring Locations

ENR on the WWW

catbullet.gif (907 bytes)2004 Consolidated Everglades Report
catbullet.gif (907 bytes)Central and Southern Florida Project
catbullet.gif (907 bytes)ENR (Nutrient Removal)...FIU Everglades Gateway
History and overview of ENR.
catbullet.gif (907 bytes)Frequently Asked Questions on the Everglades Construction Project
catbullet.gif (907 bytes)USGS Schematic Diagram