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How a Housewife Transformed an Open Sewer into a Swimmable River
Ellen Moyer, Ph.D.
Independent environmental consultant
In the 1960s the Nashua River was starved of oxygen, biologically dead, and one of the ten most polluted rivers in the United States. The sludge-filled river, which flows through New Hampshire and Massachusetts, was a different color every day, depending on what was discharged that day.
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Wm. Robert Irvin
President, American Rivers
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