We take water for granted. In the Midwest, water is plentiful, and conserving it is a financial consideration more than a supply decision. Of course, in some areas, too much water is becoming a regular flooding problem. In many cases, this can be addressed individually, as homeowners and businesses can move to new locations. So most of us don’t see it as a problem that impacts our lives.
But water quality is a whole different story…
Read Rich Cogen’s full opinion piece on the Cincinnati Enquirer Website
or view the saved PDF: 2019 Future Uncertain Ohio RIver WQ