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Judge gives federal agency six months to clean up issues at treatment plant

March 23, 2012
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SAN YSIDRO, Calif. — Over $92 million in upgrades hasn’t been enough to help prevent spew pollution from finding its way into the Pacific Ocean from a wastewater treatment plant in San Ysidro, Calif., according the Union-Tribune San Diego.

A federal agency in charge of clearing up the issues at the plant has been given six months by a U.S. judge to get in compliance with the Clean Water Act, stated the article.

“You can’t keep asking for more time to fix it,” U.S. District Judge Barry Ted Moskowitz said to Kent Hanson, an attorney representing the boundary and water commission. “It would be a shame if it was not working.”

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