Grand River fish rebound after Region’s wastewater upgrades1 min readReading Time: < 1 minute
Twenty years ago, Rainbow Darter fish were struggling. High levels of ammonia and estrogen were hurting their ability to reproduce. But now, after the Region of Waterloo made major improvements to how our community treats wastewater, the Grand River is healthier and this species is coming back.
The Region of Waterloo’s wastewater investments are paying off for the Grand River. Watch the video below to learn how Region staff and researchers from the University of Waterloo worked together to protect our local waterway.
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