Just east of downtown Delray Beach, a yard-wide pipe runs beneath the beach, dipping under the sandy floor where the Atlantic laps against the shore. About a mile out, 95 feet under water, the other end of the tube opens up. Out of its barnacle-encrusted mouth spews partially treated sewage water generated by the roughly 211,000 souls living in Delray... More >>>
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Ed Tichenor and Terry Saint Jean (following) are among a group of divers trying to stem the flow of treated sewage emptying into the reefs east of Delray Beach.