Guernsey sewage fight 'goes on', Surfers Against Sewage says

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Environmental group Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) has vowed to fight for full sewage treatment in Guernsey.

SAS spokesman Andy Cummins said although States members voted against treatment investigation, the group would make it an election issue.

He said SAS would continue reminding its members that the States voted to continue pumping raw sewage out to sea.

Guernsey's politicians voted 34 to eight against investigating options for dealing with sewage earlier this week.

Instead, the island will replace the outfall pipe in the Little Russel, and will fit diffusers to it.

Surfers Against Sewage carried out a range of publicity exercises aimed at encouraging Guernsey to adopt full sewage treatment

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