Re-emergence of emerging contaminants.

H repeats itself. That certainly seemed true on August 2 when Toledo, Ohio lost their water supply from Lake Erie to a bloom of cyanobacteria and its toxin microcystin. Five hundred thousand people were without water. I thought Lake Erie was dead in the 1960s, not 50 years later in 2014? Did we not solve this problem thanks to massive (and expensive) action… CONTINUE READING