FLORIDA TODAY: An artificial inlet for the Indian River Lagoon is irresponsible | Opinion

This is is reminiscent of Big Sugar’s ruse and push for Deep Injection Wells – shooting trillions of gallons of polluted agricultural runoff 3,000 feet down into the boulder zone, then out to the Gulf and Atlantic.

“This is no different than a get-rich-quick scheme. Let’s fix the problem of excess nutrients at the sources, not by flushing them temporarily.”

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