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Hurricanes exposed aging sewer infrastructure, systemic issues

Parts of Georgia received up to 10 inches of rain from Hurricane Irma. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says that Brunswick got 5 inches. The National Weather Service says Glynn County received an average of over 9.4 inches.

Federal court: rainwater levels cannot be regulated by EPA

For the most part, water is a good thing, but it can cause its share of troubles too. The pressure that water puts on creeks and rivers can loosen ground pollutants and cause water contamination. That's what has happened in one out-of-state location where too much water was going into the creek. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) attempted to place limits on the amount of water that could flow into the creek.

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