North Dakota change lets more sulfate in Sheyenne River
Published 01/02/2010, INFORUM
BISMARCK – Part of the Sheyenne River that has been used to drain floodwaters from Devils Lake would have too much sulfate to be used for municipal drinking water under rules the state Health Department is proposing.Word count: 705
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