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post #35 of Old 12-18-2012
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Re: Marine Toilet (good, bad, and ugly)

Originally Posted by MarkSF View Post
That sounds unlikely. Normally sewage treatment plants discharge fairly clean and sterile water......
Typical reaction. People believe what they want to believe. Here's a story that proves my point. Its not just likely, its a fact.

Narragansett Bay one of 20 most contaminated in U.S. | | Jamestown Press

"Major sources of pollution such as storm run-off and inadequate sewage treatment dump toxic chemicals and hazardous waste into Narragansett Bay, turning it into if you will a potion of pollution.
....heavy rains have overwhelmed the wastewater treatment plants resulting in this discharge of raw sewage into the bay.

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