The World Series starts tonight at 8pm with Chicago playing at Cleveland's Progressive Field. The last time two Great Lakes teams played each other at this level was in 1945. It's with great pleasure to have none other than long-time Waterkeeper friend and supporter, Dave Bidini writing for us as this exciting Great Lakes series unfolds. Here is the first in his series.
Wipes are one of the most common non-flushable items found clogging pipes and causing damage to wastewater systems. Waterkeeper took a closer look at the wipes-situation and met with the CIty of London's wastewater expert, Barry Orr.
Last month, Waterkeeper's Investigation Team collected water samples from 3 key sites along Toronto’s inner harbour. Waterkeeper’s sampling trips were an extension of a larger ongoing investigation on Toronto’s sewage pollution which we spearheaded 3 years ago. The results from our summer of sampling will be publicly released in a report later this fall.