The reports were filed to the DEEP during the two storms so state officials could monitor possible environmental issues.
Fifteen years ago, on a Thursday night, at bedtime, I was meditating on angels and protective prayers, right before sleep.
I tried a creative self healing metaphysical technique learned from someone I admired, Sylvia Browne.
The Hartford Courant, 31st December 2011 While power outages during Tropical Storm Irene and the October snowstorm left much of the state in the dark, they had a less-publicized but possibly more damaging result — millions of gallons of raw sewage spilled into waterways throughout Connecticut when backup power systems failed at waste treatment plants.
The 47 spills reported to the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, ranged from 42.7 million gallons of partially treated sewage dumped into Long Island Sound in Stamford to 250 gallons of raw sewage poured into the Farmington River in Simsbury.
A world in denial with the root cause (I think) being ignorance mixed with arrogance.