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

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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. | www.jamestownpress.com | Jamestown Press

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"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.”
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....heavy rains have overwhelmed the wastewater treatment plants resulting in this discharge of raw sewage into the bay.
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