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17 million gallons of sewage a day flowing into Chesapeake Bay

 
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17 million gallons of sewage a day flowing into Chesapeake Bay
BALTIMORE COUNTY - Baltimore County Department of Public Works (DPW) is reporting that Hurricane Irene, last week's earthquake or a combination of both have caused a major sewage line to break.

DPW says it is a 54 inch main in the south part of the county in a neighborhood called the Baltimore Highlands.

The pipe transports about 17 million gallons of sewage daily from the western half of the County into the City Treatment Plant.



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Re: 17 million gallons of sewage a day flowing into Chesapeake Bay
updated from 16.5 to 17 million gallons of sewage now :-(
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Re: 17 million gallons of sewage a day flowing into Chesapeake Bay
Such a shame, catgirl! It's been years since we were near the Chesapeake, but I remember it fondly. And sailing was great too. Now it sounds like it will be sailing in a sewer.
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Re: 17 million gallons of sewage a day flowing into Chesapeake Bay
Throw in Biozome and it'll be fine.
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Re: 17 million gallons of sewage a day flowing into Chesapeake Bay
Such a shame, catgirl! It's been years since we were near the Chesapeake, but I remember it fondly. And sailing was great too. Now it sounds like it will be sailing in a sewer.
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Yes, a shame indeed. Now they are saying on abc 2 news that 1/2 of Baltimore's sewage is in the bay. The lastest info on the website..BALTIMORE COUNTY - If you think looking at a pool of raw sewage is nasty...
"It was bad, it was very overwhelming. It will make your eyes water."
While Susan Lint lives directly behind it, she is far from the only one who heard and smelled the problem late Sunday night.
"All of a sudden you heard a rush of a noise, it sounded like a lot of wind but there was no wind. And then my husband and I were outside and we came up and looked. It sounded horrible, it started smelling horrible and there's a 20 foot river flushing out the back of the yard over here," said Baltimore Highlands resident Julie White.


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Guess we will get the shit foam like New York :-(

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