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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Saturday, August 29, 2020

Officials: 3,700 gallons of sewage spills in North Carolina.

MARION, N.C. (AP) — Excessive rain from Tropical Storm Isaias caused nearly 3,700 gallons (14,006 liters) of sewage to spill into a river in North Carolina, officials said.

The discharge happened at the Clinchfield sewer pump station in Marion when rainfall entered into the collection system Monday, the city said in a news release. The untreated waste water then spilled into an “unnamed tributary of Lake James” in the Catawba River Basin, the release said.

50,000 gallons of sewage spill into Oakland-Alameda waters after power failure

East Bay water managers released about 50,000 gallons of sewage into the estuary between Oakland and Alameda on Saturday morning after a power failure caused equipment to fail at a wastewater treatment plant.

1,800-Gallon Sewage Spill Forces Closure of Stretch of Torrey Pines State Beach

The San Diego County Department of Environmental Health (DEH) warned beachgoers to avoid swimming in the waters off a small stretch of Torrey Pines State Beach due to a spill that sent 1,800 gallons of sewage into a storm drain nearby.