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Discussion by the 1959 North Carolina General Assembly focused on the new Department of Water Resources Act, watersheds law, motor boat regulation, and protection of the Outer Banks.
The North Carolina gave final approval on April 29 to a bill banning the sale and use of household phosphate detergents. Supporters of the ban believe it will help curb algae growth in nutrient-sensitive rivers and lakes by reducing the amount of phosphorus in wastewater discharges. The ban will also help to reduce operational costs at water treatment plants.