Georgia's waterways polluted with poultry waste

ROME, GA. - Researchers say the levels of phosphorous in Georgia's waterways are reaching an alarming level, and they blame the pollution on the growing amount of poultry waste dumped in rivers. Poultry waste is byproduct of a dominating industry in rural north Georgia, and - to a lesser extent - the southeastern corner of the state below Interstate 16.
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