A Quinnipiac plan: go with the flow

Oct 28th, 2013 | By | Category: Water

The Quinnipiac, this state’s most urban river, has long been plagued with pollution. For generations on end, factories dumped untreated chemical waste right into its waters, or into the waters of tributaries such as Harbor Brook. Most of those shops are gone now, and the federal Clean Water Act has helped make the Quinnipiac healthier.

But there are still a few companies — including Cytec Industries and Allegheny Ludlum in Wallingford — that are allowed to discharge waste water into the river, under state permits.

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