Workers Fight Invasive Weed Threatening City Water Supply

Credits: New Jersey Water Supply Authority

The New Jersey Water Supply Authority, the public entity that oversees the Delaware & Raritan Canal, hopes to curb the growth of Hydrilla, an “invasive aquatic weed” whose presence could affect 1.5 million Central Jersey residents’ drinking water, according to the city.

Read more: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/new-brunswick/articles/workers-fight-invasive-weed-threatening-city-wate

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