State and federal environmental officials announced Friday that they reached agreement on a pollution cleanup plan for Florida waterways, but environmental groups quickly assailed the plan as a sellout to Big Sugar.
The plan, which emerged from years of legal battles, calls for rules and laws to limit phosphorus and nitrogen in Florida’s lakes, rivers, streams and springs, using criteria proposed by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency in November.
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