Long Island faces a crisis in disposing of treated sewage
April 19, 2007

The more-crowded parts of the US (like the East Coast) face a one-two punch when disposing of treated sewage: First, high concentrations of people produce large volumes of waste. Second, urban areas don't have the same natural uses for treated waste - like land application of biosolids - that rural areas do.

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