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Stormwater runoff is rain (or snowmelt) that flows off developed land such as roads, parking areas, rooftops and lawns, into nearby streams and rivers. Runoff enters these water bodies untreated either directly or through drainage systems.
Stormwater runoff poses a high risk to the health of our states waterways by causing several major problems.
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