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March 2016

The potential for water reuse to ease water-supply crunches, the complex problems posed by harmful blooms of cyanobacteria, and research into mercury concentrations in freshwater fish in Rhode Island are the topics of the lead stories in the March 2016 issue of the Interstate Water Report.

The issue also reports on recent activities of NEIWPCC’s work groups, salutes the thirtieth anniversary of LUSTLine (NEIWPCC’s all-tanks all-the-time newsletter), shares the "big picture" on water as seen by Executive Director Ron Poltak, and tells of a dramatic rescue of a seal who had wandered more than 150 miles from the ocean, plus other news of NEIWPCC and beyond.

Water Reuse: Lessons from California, by Dan Peckham

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