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Debra Smith | dsmith@heraldnet.com
Published: Friday, January 6, 2012, 7:56 a.m.

Where sewage and wastewater are released

Everett is one of 11 communities in the state that has older sewer systems that sometimes release untreated wastewater and sewage when the system is overwhelmed. You might be wondering where those release points are located.

The city offers a real time map here that shows the location of those outfalls as well as information if an overflow is currently happening.

That's a good start. However, the page only provides real time information. There's no way to search to see how often overflows happen or how much untreated waste was released.

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