Study: High fecal contamination found in Hudson Valley waterways

Riverkeeper, a watchdog organization concerned with the Hudson

Riverkeeper, a watchdog organization concerned with the Hudson River and the drinking water supply, says more funds are needed for sewer systems and other wastewater. (Credit: News 12)

NYACK - According to data collected by a Hudson Valley environmental group, parts of the area’s waterways contain extremely high levels of fecal contamination.

Riverkeeper, a watchdog organization concerned with the Hudson River and the drinking water supply, says more funds are needed for sewer systems and other wastewater.

The group's full report can be read on their website, Riverkeeper.org.

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