Reducing Costs to Compliance with Falls Lake and Jordan Lake Rules
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Durham County Manager’s Office should consider a combination of an education campaign, a business license and one or more fertilizer ordinances to try to reduce the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus pollution coming from lawn fertilizer application. The education campaign will help increase homeowner knowledge and awareness around proper fertilizer application. The business license will double as a certification program for commercial applicators, ensuring the applicators are well informed of County policy and applicable guidelines. The fertilizer ordinances will give added weight to the messages conveyed in the education and certification programs by codifying the most important practices in law.
DepartmentThe Sanford School of Public Policy
CitationFleming, Morgan (2013). Reducing Costs to Compliance with Falls Lake and Jordan Lake Rules. Master's project, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/8183.
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