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Floating Wetlands to Control Phorphorus Levels in Lake
In an effort to control phosphorus levels on Lake Hopatcong, a pair of floating wetland islands has been installed. One pound of phosphorus in the water has the potential to generate up to 1,100 pounds of algae in the lake.

The wetlands are made of recycled plastic material and are about 250 square feet each. They will be covered in native vegetation that will remove the phosphorus naturally.


 
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