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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by greenmonster304, Oct 25, 2012.
I'd be all over the State, or whom ever is responsible for contamination issues.
There is probably a lot of that going on right now.
I'm all for doing "right" to keep our water/environment clean and all, but, then you stop and think about some of the natural disasters that occur, and all the associated pollution that goes along with it, and the fact that cities are commonly and normally allowed to dump untreated sewage into rivers on a "limited" basis, and a guy's head can get a little
We had an "incident" in Seattle a few years ago at a car wash where one of their re-circ pumps went down and the crew by-passed the pump, and, prolly unknowingly, the R.P. A fire broke out down the street and the F.D. pressure sucked suds into the city drinking water. I know the owner, and believe me, the State sure bent him over!