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River study seeks to help re-establish shellfish harvesting

Scientists are using a special, non-toxic dye to study how outfall from wastewater treatment facilities impacts the Piscataqua River's water quality.

http://www.wlbz2.com/video/2028852804001/1/River-study-seeks-to-help-re-establish-shellfish-harvesting http://bcdownload.gannett.edgesuite.net/wcsh/35121342001/35121342001_2028873343001_piscataqua-dye-for-web-1211-00005000.jpg?pubId=35121342001 River study seeks to help re-establish shellfish harvesting Scientists are using a special, non-toxic dye to study how outfall from wastewater treatment facilities impacts the Piscataqua River's water quality. PortsmouthWater Qualitycommunityscientistsstudynon-toxic dyeNewsnew hampshire department of environmental servicesNew HampshireWLBZshellfishpiscataqua riverwasterwater treatmentharvestlocalwcsh 02:00

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