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From the Field: Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades

March 15, 2011

The Chesapeake Bay Program visited three different wastewater treatment plants in the Chesapeake Bay watershed in various stages of upgrading their management systems.  Join Doug Abbott, superintendent of wastewater treatment facilities in Easton, Maryland, and George Hawkins, general manager of the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority, as they explain the importance of these upgrades and getting the message out to the public.

Produced by Matt Rath
Music/Audio: "Hey" by Weeping Clowns

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