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Using Technology to Eliminate Phosphorus from Water
Martin County is using a new Hybrid Wetland/Chemical Treatment technology that combines chemical treatment with conventional wetlands treatment, pulling water through a pump station and treating it with a chemical to eliminate as much phosphorous as possible from water. The water is then further polished through floating and submerged vegetation ponds.

The treatment targets fertilizer runoff and urban runoff that carries phosphorous to the St. Lucie River. The phosphorus can be blamed for the algae blooms and some of the toxic conditions that have plagued local water bodies.

 
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Controlling Curly-Leaf Pondweed - Curly-leaf pondweed is a unique invasive aquatic plant that begins growing in late fall and continues to grow under the thick ice. In the spring curly-leaf is typically the first plant to appear and the effects of the die off in summer increases the phosphorous concentrations which in turn provide the necessary nutrients for algae to grow.


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