Victoria has sewage treatment expert in our midst

It seems to me that we are most fortunate to have a leading sewage treatment expert, Jack Littlepage, living in Victoria

Thank you very much for the articles concerning the complicated sewage issue. It seems to me that we are most fortunate to have a leading sewage treatment expert, Jack Littlepage, living in Victoria.  It also seems inexplicable that no one seems to be paying any attention to what he is saying.

A huge amount of money will be spent by taxpayers.  It would be nice to know that the money will be well spent. It could be used to try to remedy some of the pollution problems instead of just filtering out the contaminants to eventually return them to the earth.

Education on the proper use of chemicals, of soil and water and the environment generally would seem a worthwhile investment.

Many people today are so disconnected from nature that they do not have any idea when they are causing problems or what they might do differently to help the situation.

Helen Stewart

 

Saanich

 

 

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