Each year, 370 billion gallons of untreated stormwater enters Puget Sound's streams, rivers, lakes, and marine waters. Untreated stormwater carries a soup of pollutants generated on the land surface and concentrated into waterways from a decentralized network of roads, aging and over-burdened sewer pipes, and impervious, urbanized landscapes.
Impacts of stormwater on coastal ecosystems: the need to match the scales of management objectives and solutions
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