Glastonbury: drug traces from on-site urination could harm rare eels

Glastonbury: drug traces from on-site urination could harm rare eels

Scientists found dangerous levels of MDMA in nearby River Whitelake after the festival

Scientists have found what they called environmentally damaging levels of illegal drugs in the river running through Glastonbury festival owing to public urination on the site.

Researchers measured levels of illegal drugs in the river before, during and after the last Glastonbury festival, in 2019, comparing levels upstream and downstream of the event.

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