No Toxic Reefs — For Now

The Navy is dismantling two decommissioned vessels but says it’s still willing to offer surplus ships as artificial reefs for scuba divers. The 2015 scuttling of a toxic vessel in fish habitat in British Columbia triggered an environmental lawsuit: “If the Navy can fob a ship off on a local dive club and sink it, that saves a ton of money.”

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