Solution Sought to Pacific Ocean Water Pollution

Signs on the U.S. side of the border warn against sewage contamination in the ocean.

Signs on the U.S. side of the border warn against sewage contamination in the ocean. Francisco Arcaute/Environmental Protection Agency hide caption

itoggle caption Francisco Arcaute/Environmental Protection Agency

Untreated wastewater flows from Tijuana, Mexico, into the Pacific Ocean near the California border. Sasha Khokha of NPR station KQED says the U.S. government is expected to endorse a much-debated treatment plant.

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