June 3, 2008

Monday Headlines: Problems Statewide for TN Water Treatment Plants

Posted in California, Delaware, Indiana, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Washington at 2:29 am by bengann

Data provided by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation’s Division shows that 68 publicly owned treatment works in the state are under some type of order to get their systems up to standards.

Residents in Bremerton, Washington are being warned to avoid the waters of Oyster and Ostrich bays following a spill of raw sewage onto the beach.

In California, regulators have proposed levying six-figure fines against both Sacramento County and Placer County for sewage spills.

The city of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware is mulling over what to do about needed sewer upgrades for the area

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Hopkinton, Massachusetts
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
New Albany, Indiana


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