More trouble in the paradise of poop, er, Maryland. Yet another government source of human waste flowing into the Chesapeake Bay.
Thursday, July 28, 2022
Thursday, February 17, 2022
Yet another failure of "No Discharge Zone" legislation. In the Florida Keys it is illegal for a boat to treat their waste and discharge via a USCG approved Marine Sanitation System (Type I or Type II). So what is one forced to do; pump it out at a marina where it goes to a government facility and then they can discharge it raw into the surrounding waters. I guess poop from government doesn't stink?
Saturday, July 31, 2021
Tuesday, May 25, 2021
Sunday, February 7, 2021
While the article is dated Nov. 4, 2019 the content is a recurring theme amongst those that want to blame boaters for municipal waste treatment issues and spills.
"Environmental group wants to stop boats dumping waste in Vero Beach, Indian River Lagoon" - TCTimes
Saturday, October 3, 2020
Here we go again with the attacks on recreational (and commercial) boating described as "No Discharge". What do these organizations not understand about TREATED waste (just like, if not cleaner than a pump-out)? Who is funding these sponsors? What is their actual goal (as it sure isn't clean water)? Ask your representatives to comment soon as you can:
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