The River Liffey in Dublin is a major carrier of pollutants into seawater, scientists have warned.
Researchers at Dublin City University say the ongoing use of fossil fuels presents a serious problem.
The study also shows that untreated sewage disposal in the past has led to higher than recommended concentrations of chemicals in the water at Dublin Bay.
The data comes from samples collected at 30 locations in Dublin Bay in June of 2010.
Dr Brian Kelleher from the School of Chemical Sciences in DCU said that any traces of untreated sewage can be dealt with….
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