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A Town with No Water

Published Feb 07, 2018 • Last Updated 02:04 pm, February 06, 2018

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An Old Saybrook political policy favoring septic upgrades over sewers and a sewer plant prevents recycling water. Put a return pipe in the sewer trench and safe, treated, recovered water could be recycled for flushing toilets, washing cars, and watering lawns. But first one must have the ability to recover water.

Real estate is worthless in a town with no water.

Joel Anderson
Old Saybrook

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