a new report on the run-off water, mostly rain water, in Gothenburg, sweden, has been completed after several years of research and development by the various bodies of water.
" It shows alarming figures.
the GP's are reporting that all 13 of the surveyed streams contained elevated levels of contaminants.
Ten of them had high levels of phosphorus, writes to the GP.
"What is most urgently needed, is the high content of phosphorus contributes to the eutrophication of bodies of water," says Linnea Lundberg is a project engineer in the process and the water in the city.
" We were aware of the Göteborg waterways, was not feeling so good – I am surprised to learn that there is storm water that is polluting the water to such a high degree, and, above all, of phosphorus, of.
the Information He wants, however, is not to call the figures to be alarming but they say that this is an issue that the city needs to grab hold of.
the Contaminated substances in the water will be once the storm water drains of the roads and the roofs, and with it the toxic substances.< Updated Date: 21 February 2020, 00:59