Wednesday 16 August 2017
by David Flores ACT NOW: Last Chance to Keep Sewage out of Baltimore’s Homes, Parks and Waterways Before 2033! Since 2011, more than 100 million gallons of sewage have entered streets, homes, parks and waterways in Baltimore. After failing to meet the 2016 deadline, a proposed legal agreement with…
Blue Water Baltimore supports calls for specific actions to tackle Baltimore's serious — and long-standing — sewage problem In 2008, spurred on by government inaction and a lack of information, the Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper began a first-of-its-kind, volunteer monitoring program to find out just how dirty Baltimore's…
Sewage leaks and discharge from wastewater treatment plants across the state are a significant source of pollutants harming the bay. Nitrogen and phosphorus contained in human and animal waste fertilize algae blooms that can lead to large fish kills. One key clean water advocate criticized the fine…