The South Florida Water Management District installed this turf scrubber in 2007. The scrubber can treat up to 15 million gallons of water per day, which removes about two metric tons of phosphorus a year, just a fraction of the amount required.
The South Florida Water Management District installed this turf scrubber in 2007. The scrubber can treat up to 15 million gallons of water per day, which removes about two metric tons of phosphorus a year, just a fraction of the amount required. Paul J. Milette Palm Beach Post
The South Florida Water Management District installed this turf scrubber in 2007. The scrubber can treat up to 15 million gallons of water per day, which removes about two metric tons of phosphorus a year, just a fraction of the amount required. Paul J. Milette Palm Beach Post

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