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Feds Probe Chronic Sewage Overflows
Billed as an engineering marvel and national model, Chicago’s Deep Tunnel was designed to protect Lake Michigan from sewage overflows and put an end to the once-frequent practice of dumping human and industrial waste into local rivers.

Nearly four decades later the ongoing sewage overflows are prompting an investigation by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Agency officials described chronic sewage overflows as threats to human health and wildlife. Last year alone, sewage overflows into local streams contained an estimated 335 million pounds of waste.

 
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