The Sewage Crisis In America - The Atlantic

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Some of today’s sewers were built before bathrooms as we know them existed. It’s time to upgrade.

Amit Dave / Reuters

MARY ANNA EVANS | SEP 17, 2015 | TECHNOLOGY

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The Sewage Crisis In America - The Atlantic

Some of today’s sewers were built before bathrooms as we know them existed. It’s time to upgrade. Amit Dave / Reuters MARY ANNA EVANS | SEP 17, 2015...

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