Sewage fungus in the Moselle River, coating the reeds - Courtesy Theo Thomas, Thames21

The Moselle River is Telling Us 'It is Ill'

Sewage fungus is a clear sign a river is sick. It grows when the pollution in the river is bad enough to see bacteria grow so much that it forms long grey feathery strands and clumps.


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One of the Moselle Brook's headstreams in Queen's Wood.

Haringey Independent: Oxygen So Low in Haringey Rivers Fish Cannot Survive, Thames21 Study Finds

"Rivers in Haringey are so polluted they do not contain enough oxygen to support fish, a study by a charity has found."

Clean Water, Haringey Independent Newspaper, Permaculture, River Moselle, Sustainability

Sustainable Haringey

What is Sustainability? ... meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs.

What is Sustainable Haringey? ... an independent informal...

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