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Update rules guarding water

June 26, 2013

While power plants must stay within strict limits on the amount of pollutants they release into the air, rules intended to safeguard streams and lakes are much less restrictive....

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Jun-27-13 3:59 PM

We must do this for the kids!! If you are against this then you must be a villain (a really bad person).

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Jun-26-13 5:09 PM

'Guarding' water my big fat hairy italian Aunt'S Sofa. Control the water and you control the people is more like it. Agenda 21, anyone?

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Jun-26-13 2:31 PM

@xsubsquid - Don't let a silly little thing like fact get in the way....

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Jun-26-13 2:20 PM

Really? I work at a power plant and I'm telling ya we've got all sorts of chemical and temperature effluent requirements already.

The water we put back into the river is actually cleaner than the water we remove for cooling purposes!

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