Tampa Bay Region issues:
"At this point, Seeber said, no one can say for sure how much it will cost to fix the cracking problem, but one early estimate puts it in the neighborhood of $125 million — nearly as much as the $146 million facility cost to build. Until the utility can figure out the full cost of the repair, no one knows how much rates will have to be increased"
Help fight RED TIDE- attend this fertilizer ordinance workshop on May 30, 2008 at the Tampa bay RPC.
Kissengen Spring among the lost resources in the Charlotte-Sun Herald May 18, 2008
Water district's bucket of pumping facts leaks - Daytona Beach online editorial May 6, 2008
International Paper Case Victory Proves Hollow by Marcy LaHart, Esq. (about FDEP and the Clean Water Act)
This interview in Surfer Magazine is a look at possible surface water and coastal zone impacts caused by aquifer injection. Read about the article from the interviewee
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