Thursday, November 15, 2012
Potomac River still threatened by pollution
Hank Silverberg ― WTOP

Pollution remains a major threat to the Potomac River, its tributaries and the Chesapeake Bay where it flows.
The river still gets a D grade for quality. The population increase in the region of more than 2 million people over the next 20 years will put more pressure on a river, says the Potomac Conservancy.
In its annual report on the condition of the Potomac, often called “Nation’s River,” the Conservancy reports that more buffer space is needed between development and the river.

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