Refuse Wrangling 

The state takes the feds to task over toxic sewage

With the Santa Rita Mountains as their backdrop, a series of pools on the outskirts of Nogales shimmer invitingly. But you wouldn't want to take a dip in them. Tranquil though they may seem, these processing reservoirs for the Nogales International Wastewater…

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