Untroubled waters: Connecticut River is healthiest it has been in decades

By Joe Milliken | Special to the Vermont Guardian

“For 30 years, wastewater treatment plants have been key to the return of the river’s health,” River Commissioner Henry Swan of Lyme stated on CRJC’s website. “We must be certain that these plants continue to operate efficiently as they age.”


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