Hydroelectric plants may negatively affect water quality because of the lack of water flow, which may trap sediment and nutrients, resulting in growth of algae and weeds. Additionally, large hydroelectric plants can also lower the amount of dissolved oxygen in water, which leads to less corrosion in pipes, but worse-tasting drinking water.
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