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Denmark. Sewer pipeline broke. The sewage will go to the Baltic Sea

Denmark.  Sewer pipeline broke.  The sewage will go to the Baltic Sea

Due to the pipeline opening on Monday at 22 decided to dump 1.5 km of coast into the Øresund Strait at Skovshoved north of Copenhagen. Since then, 700 cubic meters (700,000 liters) of untreated water have been delivered to the Baltic Sea every hour.

“The repair of the broken pipe will take 24 hours,” the sewage company Novavos said in a press release. “It is difficult to say when the situation will return to normal,” company spokesman Arne Christensen said in an interview with TV2.

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