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Video Report: Medical Waste Washing Up on Bayshore Beaches

Heavy spring rains may be overwhelming sewage systems, sending the unsightly junk onto local beaches, NBC 4 NY reports.

NBC 4 New York interviewed Middletown North high school sophomore Lia Davido who founds medical waste.
NBC 4 New York interviewed Middletown North high school sophomore Lia Davido who founds medical waste.
Reports of medical waste washing up on local Bayshore beaches, including needles and blood sample test tubes, are raising concerns ahead of Memorial Day weekend.

NBC 4 New York's Brian Thompson reports from North Middletown and Perth Amboy, on the shores of the Raritan Bay. 
Ray May 22, 2014 at 10:21 AM
NJ does a better job than NY screening it? What does that mean? What about finding the offending polluters? They're not heroin addicts. What a joke.
Fred A. Blumberg May 22, 2014 at 10:58 AM
Was visiting Sandy Hook in April, with a friend and went to the waters edge behind the old chapel/theater and I picked up a spent hypodermic needle, I was amazed as I had not witnessed this since the late seventies and early eighties when I stepped on several of them.
7ts May 22, 2014 at 12:32 PM
The number one reason I don't go to Sandy Hook. It's dirty and there is always some disgusting garbage coming from offshore dumping. #2??? New Yorkers
JP Richards June 27, 2014 at 11:57 AM
This brutual! Digusting. We're (www.biomedicalwastesolutions.com ) doing our best to do this the right way and now this crap on our beaches.

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