Flushing out a response

Micro-plastics and pharmaceuticals can no longer be conveniently disregarded because they are not “organic"

This goes out to those letter writers and opinion piece contributors who readily jump on the “…science-based evidence that the receipt of screened sewage offshore in the Strait of Juan de Fuca is a uniquely non-contaminating system…” bandwagon.

I invite them, one and all, to demonstrate which part of “non-contaminating” applies to the discharge of micro-plastics and pharmaceuticals, which can no longer be conveniently disregarded because they are not “organic.”

Richard Weatherill

Saanich

 

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