12 of 20 Cruise Ships Cited for Pullution

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

According to a report from the Anchorage Daily News, an analysis by state regulators shows that more than half of the cruise ships that discharged wastewater regularly into Alaska waters received citations.
The analysis shows 45 tests on wastewater violated permit levels for pollutants. The most common violation was for ammonia, found in urine.

(Source: Anchorage Daily News)

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