A day trip to Charleston's sewage plant

Image by Flickr user salimfadhleyImage by 20081113-toilet.jpg Take a trip to the other side.

Continuing their look at the Lowcountry's dirty jobs, ABC News 4 went out to Charleston's Plum Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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Let's just be thankful no one ever got Smell-O-Vision working well.

There's a story, but the video's where to go.

Before the construction of the facility in the 1960s, the city's raw sewage was discharged directly into the harbor. It took several large die-offs of fish to prompt the construction of the facility.

How far we've come.

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