Human urine can be bad for water systems depending on the concentration. Large amounts of urine released into water can can cause a high concentration of ammonia, which can be toxic to aquatic life, although toxicity also depends on other factors.
One example of a problem with ammonia is in Canada where a couple of cities release household urine untreated into waterways. According to the CBC article cited below, “blooms of harmful algae and seaweed […] are choking up sewage treatment plant pipes and harbours and bays”
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