Salt From Icy Roads Is Contaminating North America’s Lakes

Anyone who lives in the northern half of the U.S. — or in mountainous regions where snow is normal at high elevations — knows that salt is the go-to solution for icy roads. But, according to The Washington Post, keeping roads ice-free comes at a price: North America’s freshwater lakes are becoming more saline, with saltwater plants actually growing in some of the streams that flow into these lakes. Unfortunately, the average water treatment system doesn’t clear elements...

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