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(From South China Morning Post)
Byline: Hugh Ip
The E. coli levels in coastal waters at five seafood hot spots far exceed legal limits for fish-tank water.
Water at Aberdeen, Lei Yue Mun, North Point, Sai Kung and Sai Wan had E. coli levels between eight and 150 times the legal limit for fish-tank water, a study by the City University's department of biology and chemistry found.
In releasing the findings of his study yesterday, Associate Professor Richard Cheung Yun-hing highlighted a problem created by typhoon shelters.
"They act as a sink for pollutants. Unfortunately, it is handy for fishermen to take out polluted water for …