Group welcomes water development bans
More than 400 water projects in the San Francisco Bay region have been approved to use a controversial chemical known as glyphosate to kill weeds, without the required environnatyasastra.commental review.
San Francisco city officials say all proposed projects, which include reservoirs, sewer systems and water treatment facilities, must go through the Department of Water, Power and Housing’s process. It is designed to address community concerns더킹카지노.
The city received notice of the proposed permits from an outside group, Golden Gate Watershed Coalition.
That group submitted a detailed proposal about the potential environmental impacts of the proposed use of glyphosate to kill weeds, including soil, water quality, habitat quality and fish populations.
The group includes California Citizens for Community Water Quality and the National Association of County Supervisors. The groups plan to seek a final dnatyasastra.comecision from the DWP before the end of February.
Kurtis Lee is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @kurtisalee