EPA Plans New Rules To Reduce Sewage Overflows
The EPA is considering two possible modifications to the existing regulations on publicly owned sewage systems, the agency said Thursday.
Sanitary sewage systems are designed to channel effluent from homes and buildings to treatment plants without contaminating waterways, but at least 40,000 sanitary sewage overflows happen each year, according to the EPA.
One proposed rule change would see...
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