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Vacuum Sewer Technology Helps Solve Sewage Pollution: A Culprit in Indian River Lagoon

Feb. 28, 2019
The Indian River Lagoon is a narrow channel of brackish water that extends nearly 160 miles down the spine of Florida’s Atlantic coast. While not as well known to outsiders as the Everglades or Florida Keys, the Indian River Lagoon (IRL) is an “estuary of national significance” and is vitally important to many species of wildlife, including endangered manatees and sea turtles. The estuary also contributes significantly to Florida’s economy. For those reasons, the environmental health of the IRL is, in many ways, essential to the health of Florida’s east coast. Please click below to download this white paper.