Storm Drains Increase E. Coli In Local NH Rivers

Water quality monitors had to go out in drizzly rain and negotiate slippery rocks on Tuesday morning to collect river samples this week, according to George May, who submitted this information to Patch. What they found were moderately high E. coli counts in the downtown sections of Wilton and Milford, where storm drains were draining runoff into the Souhegan River. E. coli levels remained high through Milford and Amherst but moderated to acceptable levels finally in Merrimack. | More…

| Patch

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