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Sewage industry beats critic

September 28, 1987

For three years, Peter Maier, a renegade engineer, fought Utah's water establishment over its water pollution-control program.

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Sewage industry beats critic
For three years, Peter Maier, a renegade engineer, fought Utah's water establishment over its water pollution-control program.

Perspective

Clean Water Act hasn't done the job
Few of our waters are free of polluting discharges. There are local success stories, but many state water agencies say they are barely able to maintain water quality at 1972 levels.

News

On the North Platte: a fish kill to end all fish kills
The sheriff was the first to see that a 14-mile section of the North Platte, that high-plains haven for rainbow and brown trout, was strangling. The killer was a spill of more than 90,000 gallons of gasoline that escaped from a ruptured pipeline and bubbled nine miles down a dusty arroyo into the river.
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