I spent part of my morning talking about the region’s border sewage pollution problems on KPBS. It was part of an hour-long discussion examining the issue — every time it rains, hundreds of millions of gallons of sewage are washed across the U.S.-Mexico border.

I was joined by Oscar Romo, coastal training program coordinator at the Tijuana Estuary in Imperial Beach; Bruce Reznik, executive director of San Diego Coastkeeper; and John Robertus, executive officer of the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board.

The show examined the competing ideas that have arisen in the wake of the federal government’s dismissal of the controversial Bajagua Project, which we detailed in a recent story.


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