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Bellingham council to tighten fertilizer ban

Bellingham, Wash., council members are looking to expand their phosphorus ban for the Lake Whatcom region, according to the Bellingham Herald.

Aphosphorus ban for residential use has already been in effect in the watershed region since 2005. Now the township is looking to expand that ban to commercial properties, according to the article.

Lake Whatcom supplies all of the drinking water for Bellingham and is on a federal list of impaired water bodies due to low levels of dissolved oxygen.


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