FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 16, 2021 Contacts: Laura McMillan, firstname.lastname@example.orgMartin Hain, email@example.com Save the Sound Win for Sewage-Free Waters in Westchester Federal Judge Declines to Relieve New Rochelle, Pelham Manor, Larchmont, and Town of Mamaroneck of Responsibility for Sewage Pollution; Save the Sound’s Case Can Proceed Mamaroneck, NY – Save the Sound announced today that […]
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Save the Sound Grades New York’s Sewage Treatment Plants Plants Must Reduce Nitrogen to Long Island Sound by 2017 to Heal Dead Zone
Fixing the sewers that are the main reason Westchester’s Long Island Sound beaches close so often is an expensive proposition.
The biggest success of our water quality testing in Mamaroneck last summer was the discovery of a broken sewer pipe that was leaking raw sewage into Otter Creek, near where it empties into Mamaroneck Harbor.
The scores of beach closings at Westchester County’s Long Island Sound beaches over the summer caught the attention recently of a civic group called the Larchmont Mamaroneck Local Summit, which organized its monthly breakfast discussion for October around the topic.