I built, improve, maintain treatment sytems for municipals. These treatment plants only stay in compliance about 65% of the time. They are not designed for rain runoffs, or any surge in the system, the “sediment type pond does not go back into compliance two days after a big rain. You are right about nutrients though, there is always a weed and tree problem at these sites. What about the oyster crops south of there? How many beds will be shut down five years from now because of contamination? If this is so good for the enviroment why not just discharge it to the Tickfaw river. The next question is so what if they get out of compliance? When was the last time DEQ actually collected a major fine from a town or city for being out of compliance for sewer discharge.