Stormwater is an accumulation of precipitation that flows over the ground rather than into it. This excess water usually occurs from rain or snow running off of manmade surfaces, such as driveways, roofs and sidewalks, and onto land that sometimes can’t absorb the extra water. While stormwater in itself isn’t inherently harmful, the water can pick up dirt, rubble and garbage along the way, which then pollutes sewer systems and natural water sources, such as lakes, rivers an... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Jul 22