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$500,000 for Lake Treatment
With a $500,000 grant from the California Department of Water Resources, Canyon Lake will begin treatment measures to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus to meet Total Maximum Daily Loads set by the Environmental Protection Agency.

A California Environmental Quality Act process is currently underway to evaluate and determine the environmental impact of water treatment methods to meet TMDL goal. Several options are being considered including the application of aluminum sulfate to immediately reduce phosphorus and nitrate levels. When looking for options, the task force will rely on science to provide a safe, cost-effective, solution.

 
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