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MWRA agrees to curb sewage flow in Charles

Accord called key to river cleanup

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / March 16, 2006

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In a landmark settlement aimed at completing the transformation of the Charles River from one of the nation's dirtiest urban rivers to one of the cleanest, the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority has agreed to dramatically curtail the amount of sewage and storm water that pours into the waterway each year. (Full article: 889 words)

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