Massive Puerto Rico pipeline triggers debate

May 14, 2011 Full story: MySanAntonio.com

In this photo taken July 10, 2010, Puerto Rico Gov. Luis Fortuno speaks at the annual meeting of the National Governors Association, Saturday, in Boston.

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#1 May 14, 2011
Again PR not thinking. I'm still trying to find the article in last years daily Sun that stated PR has more cars on the road per capita then the US and most all other countries. That said thats a hell of a lot of cars on the road for an island thats on 60% of states govs assistance.

That said the amount of personal trash generated in PR could be burned in an incinerator for eletric..

PR could Recycle paper and glass.

Nope this would be too simple of a solution.

So we just drive out of San Juan heading west and look to the right at the sign "Worlds largest dump"'

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