Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Up to 1M gallons sewage released into Black River

Up to 1 million gallons of partially treated sewage was released into the Black River last week.

www.mynbc5.com

5 comments :

  1. Perfect timing for the opening of finless brown fishing season.

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  2. And the state is worried about tire pressure monitor lights at inspection time and the environment.

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  3. Brown trout fishing will be awesome this year!

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  4. If a private concern released an environmental hazard like this, there would be an enormous fine coming down. Nothing like a good cover up by listing the cause as "other".

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  5. It appears that pres. Trumps attack on the EPA worked well for Ludlow, A little high water and they can dump! The article here never said it was an accident in fact it sounds like it was on intentional

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