Tag: sediment

Sediment and Phosphorus Begone

by Hal N. Anderson, Manager, Clean Water Partners LLC. Can bio-engineered sediment basins and constructed wetlands improve water quality in the Boise River by reducing levels of phosphorus and sediment? In 2014, Clean Water Partners, LLC, (CWP), began a demonstration project at the North Alkali Drain in Canyon County to find out. Now, after four […]

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Unique Partnership Will Reduce Boise River Pollution

by Dr. Jack Harrison Water in the Boise River will have less sediment and phosphorus because of a new partnership between the City of Middleton and Drainage District No. 2 (DD2). The innovative water quality improvement project will remove sediment and phosphorus from the Mill Slough, a major Boise River tributary. This partnership between the […]

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