Not being the expert on that particular topic, I can just tell you what I know about how it started.
It started approximately three to four years ago as an idea. I believe it came specifically from folks in Manitoba who, of course, are very concerned about nutrients. It was proposed as a project to the water management committee. How we do business is this: when a project is proposed, the rest of the groups across Canada determine if this is something on a national level, of national interest. It was accepted as a project. It started as a project with a budget given by CCME.
Unfortunately, the specific person who proposed it and who was to be the project lead moved on to another position and was no longer associated with CCME. The project stalled for a period of time, and now it appears that there is another person who is stepping in to carry it on. Overall, it has moved a bit slowly, but it is going forward. It is designed as something that's a little bit new and unique. This is not done routinely; you don't capture nutrients routinely in Canada. What is being looked at is whether it is possible to implement this in Canada, or in specific jurisdictions.
That's about my level of knowledge.