What's in the Water? Lack of Reporting Causing Concern

7:27 PM, Jun 21, 2013   |    comments
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BUFFALO, N.Y. - The intent of the Sewage Pollution Right to Know law passed 10 months ago was to inform state residents within four hours of sewage overflows into waterways to protect them from the dangers of swimming or fishing in tainted water.

Not only would residents know the estimated amount of all overflows, they would know where it happened, the duration, what time, the reason and a description of steps taken to control it from happening again.

But only half of the disclosure is happening 45 days since the law went into effect.

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