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Bay 101: Wastewater Treatment Plants



February 04, 2011

Old wastewater treatment plants can contribute nitrogen and phosphorous to the Chesapeake Bay, but plants across the watershed are being upgraded. Alan Quimby from the Queen Anne’s County (Md.) Department of Public Works explains how these upgrades will help the Bay.

Produced by Matt Rath
Music: “A Moment of Jazz” by Ancelin

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