Sewage bypasses and spills still a factor in Thames River pollution

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There seems to be a problem with finding out where the phosphorus levels are coming from - Is there a difference between animal and human waste as far as bacterial levels and contents - pigs eat corn, human diet isn't the same - if there was a difference, then that would give the authority the information necessary to enforce where the effluent is coming from

Phosphorus is phosphorus . Does not matter how or where it is coming from . Human shit has the same make up as animal shit .

The real story here is the fact that cities like London continue to pollute rivers .

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