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Hurricane Sandy dumped 11 billion gallons of raw sewage into East Coast waterways

Scientists say waste-treatment plants must follow subways and power stations in being protected against climate change Hurricane Sandy dumped about 11bn gallons of raw and untreated sewage into waterways from Washington DC to Connecticut, the science journalism group Climate Central said on Tuesday. That’s or enough human waste to cover…

Hurricane Sandy took a toll on the Statue of Liberty

She has kept a lonely vigil over New York Harbor with no visitors except for a few workers since Hurricane Sandy. But last week, federal officials announced the Statue of Liberty would again welcome guests by July 4. Although Lady Liberty wasn’t hurt in the storm —…  …

Scientists look at restoring lakes damaged by Hurricane Sandy

Scientists look at restoring lakes damaged by Hurricane Sandy (via NJ.com) WEST LONG BRANCH — Once a natural inlet that closed over time, Wreck Pond in Monmouth County was one in a long line of Hurricane Sandy’s casualties, its eastern edge ripped open and exposed to the ocean. But to…

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