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New sewage spill affecting local Florida rivers

Discussion in 'We Are Water Project!' started by Jill Heinerth, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. Jill Heinerth

    Jill Heinerth RebreatherPro ScubaBoard Supporter

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  2. Peter_C

    Peter_C Solo Diver

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    This is the scary part: "The city of Valdosta utility department has located a sanitary sewer overflow which has spilled into the Withlacoochee River." Don't they have a GIANT alarm that sounds when they have a major spill happening? Sounds like an upgrade is needed. The flood gate opens and alarms should start sounding all over the place. :shakehead: Of course they make light of the spill, and it is probably hardly even mentioned.
     
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  3. wronlaster

    wronlaster Garibaldi

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    Raw sewage are those things influencing the water quality .....
     

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