Time For A Dip

Teams In Major Cities Look To Turn Polluted Rivers Into Prime Locations For Swimming

The tides may be turning when it comes to big city rivers. Waterways running through major urban centers have long held reputations for pollution--not exactly places to take a refreshing dip. But public and private organizations are working to change that by launching projects that turn urban rivers into recreational assets.
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