Ry Rivard joins the podcast to talk about his series investigating the state’s stormwater rules, plus Andrew Keatts and Scott Lewis dissect SANDAG’s response to our reporting and more.
This to better the quality of life of the residents of San Diego.
We spotlighted pollution problems along San Diego Bay. And the government responded.
The study obtained by VOSD leaves San Diego poised to make the largest paradigm shift in how it handles its wastewater since the city stopped dumping raw sewage in San Diego Bay.
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We in the marina and boatyard industry are working hard to educate the boater on environmental responsibility.
Boat owners are supposed to take routine precautions to make sure they don’t pollute the bay while painting or sanding. But that doesn’t always happen.
The incident is just one symptom of a major pollution problem that has plagued San Diego’s coast for decades, one that was supposed to have been fixed 15 years ago.
Statement: San Diego’s “recycled H20 would be
more purified than Orange County,” City Councilman Kevin Faulconer
tweeted July 7. Determination: Mostly True.