HOUSTON (AP) — The damage Harvey wrought on Texas is testing the state's infrastructure like never before, challenging regulators, politicians and others on several fronts in the hurricane's aftermath. A look at what's happening:DIRTY WATERExperts say wastewater treatment plants sprawled across Houston and Southeast Texas are facing unprecedented challenges , with ramifications for human safety and the environment well after the floodwaters eventually recede.There have been several dozen sewer overflows, private septic tanks in rural areas could fail and the system also faces contamination from spilled fuel, waste site runoff, lawn pesticides and pollutants from petroleum refineries and chemical plants.The U.S.
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FEBRUARY 19, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - CORTINA WASTEWATER TREATMENT CORPORATION
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