GENEVA, Sept. 11 -
The projected underwater pipeline would begin at Arish Mell, about 10 miles east of Weymouth, after the effluent had been pumed underground from the station, said the report.
One problem was a shoreward drift off Arish Mell which would return some of the “much diluted” waste toward the coastline. “While the drift may seem a disadvantage,” the report said, “it does ensure a greater dilution because of the resultant circulation around the whole bay and also diminishes the chance of a local build-
Investigations showed that the discharge could not harm the general public through bathing in “active” sea water, lying or walking on adjacent shores, handling contaminated fish, using seaweed -
To see a film about the laying of the pipeline, go to the Arish Mell page