Eating wrong wild mushrooms could be grave mistake

  1. Lake Erie water makes its appearance in the Collins Park Water Treatment plant in the rapid mix room, where aluminum sulfate is added. The water has been treated with powdered activated carbon before entering the plant, in order to control zebra
  2. When mushroom hunters eat too many mushrooms that aren't toxic and get sick, Noble said that further complicates the situation. "We don't know if they're sick because they ate large quantities of (mushrooms) or In that situation, Noble said Iowa
  3. “And then, we add carbon to the water –powder activated carbon that absorbs many of the taste and odors that may be objectionable in the river. “We also feed it for atrazine; that It's not cheap and it's a disruption to the customers.” The City of