stormwater runoff

Stormwater Runoff

Prevent Chemicals, Garbage and Other Debris from Winding Up in Your Local Creeks EPA – Stormwater pollution results from materials and chemicals washed into the storm drains from streets, gutters, neighborhoods, industrial sites, parking lots and construction sites. Anything dumped or dropped on the ground or

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city of fort worth

Stormwater Pollution

Clean Water Starts With You The City of Fort Worth monitors, inspects and issues permits for construction site operations, many industrial facilities and commercial cosmetic cleaners. Unfortunately, stormwater pollution isn’t a business-only problem. Residential households are responsible for a portion of the pollutants that end up

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Stormwater Pollution Prevention – Litter

Striving towards Sustainable Environmental Excellence NCTCOG – Learn why litter is a big problem for you and the environment, and what you can do to prevent litter in the first place. Read More

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texas smartscape

Texas SmartScape: Promoting education on effective water use

You can add ease, comfort, and enjoyment to your yard or garden by using native and adapted plants Texas SmartScape – Based on water-efficient landscape principles, Texas SmartScape is a landscape program crafted to be “smart” for North Central Texas, promoting the use of plants suited

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TRWD lake levels

Urban storm water poses threat to creeks & rivers

GreenSourceDFW – On average, May is the wettest month in North Texas and with the deluge comes rainwater piling up on streets and rushing down storm drains. It’s all going back to our creeks and rivers, unfortunately taking urban pollution with it. In North Texas, all

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