Records: Trump Tower failed to follow fish protection rules
CHICAGO (AP) — The Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago is one of the largest users of water from the Chicago River, but records show it has never followed state rules governing the protection of the river's fish.
State records indicate that the skyscraper siphons nearly 20 million gallons (76 million liters) a day for its cooling systems before pumping water back into the river at up to 35 degrees hotter, The Chicago Tribune reported .
Nearly 30 types of fish have been found in the river during the past four years, according to federal and state biologists. State and federal... read more
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