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Rain might create sewage crisis in St. Petersburg

#10Investigates  St Pete may once again  to dump partially treated raw sewage into the bay

  • St. Petersburg, Florida — All the heavy rain in the city could mean another potential sewage crisis in St. Petersburg.
  • Rain might create sewage crisis in St. Petersburg
  • The reports have told you about St. Petersburg dumping raw sewage into Clam Bayou, having raw sewage overflow into Clam Bayou and dumping partially treated sewage into Tampa Bay.
  • Some critics say the city created the sewage problems when Whitted was taken off line and there have been calls to reopen the sewage plant.
  • We also checked with Tampa which had problems earlier this year and the City says its sewage treatment plants are running without any problems.

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@MikeDeeson: “#10Investigates St Pete may once again to dump partially treated raw sewage into the bay”


Once again, the heavy rains have pushed the sewage treatment plants to capacity and the city is storing raw sewage at the old Albert Whitted Water Reclamation Facility, which is no longer online.


Rain might create sewage crisis in St. Petersburg

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