Forty percent of the rivers and streams in the US are too polluted to use for swimming or fishing. The Clean Water Act of 1972 helped dramatically but runoff from mines, farms, and streets is still making water degradation a problem for the country. What's being done to stop it, or what can be done is discussed in this article.
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