17 July 2014

• Less Nitrogen Pollution in Long Island Sound


“A new report says nitrogen pollution discharged into Long Island Sound continues an overall decline.

”That's good news for marine life because too much nitrogen can fuel the growth of algae, which dies, settles on the ocean floor, and decays, using up oxygen in the process.”

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• On the Other Hand…


“Calf Pasture Beach and Shady Beach in Norwalk are closed for swimming on Tuesday (July 15) due to heavy rains last night, according to the Norwalk Recreation and Parks Department.

”Heavy rains on Monday [kept] people from swimming because of a sanitary hazzard on Tuesday at certain beaches on Long Island Sound.”

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Come on! Tell it like it is! The sewage disposal plants overflowed again, right? Dumped a few tons of “nitrogen” in the Sound, right?


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