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Environment: Waterways / Chattahoochee River #165916

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 21, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The nation's most endangered rivers, according to the environmental group American Rivers, listed.

(Atlanta: Ned Potter) The pollution problems in Georgia's Chattahoochee River, which supplies water for Atlanta, featured; scenes shown from the river and of the development in Atlanta, especially during this Olympic year. [Upper Chattahoochee riverkeepers Sally BETHEA, Karen PLANT - cite the toxic problems.] [Atlanta public works director Douglas HOOKER - says the projected ban on new sewer hookups would be devastating.] [Georgia environmental organization Jerry BROWN - calls a plan to send waste through the Etowah River irresponsible.]

Potter, Ned;
Simpson, Carole

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