What is the future of San Diego sewage treatment?
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
San Diego is home to one of the country's only non-secondary sewage treatment plants. Is this a sound policy of a plant that has extensive environmental protections in place, or just a cheaper way to treat sewage while unintentionally harming the environment?
Host Tom Fudge talks with the executive director of a local environmental group about the current state of wastewater in San Diego, the possible changes in the future, and how much these plans might cost the San Diego taxpayer.
- Bruce Resnick , executive director of the San Diego Coastkeeper .
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