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“Decades of uncontrolled pollution in the Everglades and Lake Okeechobee is endangering our health, killing our wildlife and threatening our drinking water.

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  • commented 2015-08-12 08:20:10 -0700
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  • commented 2015-06-03 02:25:50 -0700
    uy the way when you get trough saving the glades were are y’all going to convert the Mississippi river to.if y’all don’t know rivers all flow to the ocean.that’s called nature.

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  • commented 2015-04-03 04:36:04 -0700
    Waste water treatment doesn’t prevent massive releases of water in our river from disturbing it’s salinity level.
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  • commented 2015-03-29 22:17:12 -0700
    My name is Robert Danford, I am the director of special project for the Bowman group of companies in St Louis Missouri. since 1990, my company has been a supplier to the United States military in water purification and wastewater management systems.after the Fukushima earthquake my company was test by the United States Navy to develop filtration devices that would remove radiation from water.I have been rather unsuccessful in trying to gain the interest of various wastewater plant operators here in South Florida.we have the ability to take raw waste without creating sludge in recycling potable drinking water but you would think someone would take an interest but they don’t? interest in this matter it would like to discuss this with your local county commissioner please call me at area code 661 900 3247 thank you.
  • commented 2015-03-28 13:38:57 -0700
    Buy the way when you get trough saving the glades were are y’all going to convert the Mississippi river to.if y’all don’t know rivers all flow to the ocean.that’s called nature.

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