Millions of gallons of sewage and wastewater bubbling up across Florida resulting from Hurricane Irma

In Hurricane Irma's wake, millions of gallons of sewage and wastewater are bubbling up across Florida. In this Washington Post article, Miami Waterkeeper Staff Attorney, Kelly Cox addresses how South Florida faces water challenges due to its low elevation near the ocean, its aging infrastructure, and the porous limestone rock that much of our area sits upon.

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Millions of gallons of sewage and wastewater bubbling up across Florida resulting from Hurricane Irma
Millions of gallons of sewage and wastewater bubbling up across Florida resulting from Hurricane Irma
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