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Thanksgiving’s Effect on Water Quality
Rivers can be a reflection of who we are and what we eat.

And this means what we consume on Thanksgiving could show up in Milwaukee-area rivers in ways we might not expect.

This week, scientists and a group of volunteers are taking water samples from the Milwaukee, Menomonee and Kinnickinnic rivers — before and after Thursday’s feast.

The group is looking for items such as cinnamon, vanilla and another holiday staple — the painkiller acetaminophen.


 
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