This city sits next to a sewage plant, but seaweed may be what’s closing its beaches

This city sits next to a sewage plant, but seaweed may be what's closing its beaches

There's a sewage treatment plant that pumps treated waste a few miles off the coast from Key Biscayne, but new research hints a rash of beach closures may be tied to a more natural problem: seaweed.


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This city sits next to a sewage plant, but seaweed may be what’s closing its beaches
This city sits next to a sewage plant, but seaweed may be what’s closing its beaches
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