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Filth pumped into beauty spot yet again

The Langstone Harbour sea defences which run along the Eastern Road in Portsmouth.

Picture: Steve Reid

Published in the Portsmouth News on Thursday 11th August 2011 

RAW sewage has been pumped into Langstone Harbour by a water firm in yet another pollution incident.

Unscreened sewage was discharged into the harbour from an outfall pipe at Fort Cumberland, Eastney, after the screens that normally filter the sewage became blocked.

Southern Water, which said it had spent £100,000 last year repairing the screening system, has now said it cannot guarantee the problem will be fixed until 2015.

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