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Brought to you by King County, the video What is Stormwater provides an overview of stormwater's affect on our environment. Most of the region’s water falls from the sky and eventually ends up in Puget Sound. But the route stormwater takes and the pollutants it comes into contact with along the way tells us a lot. It helps explain the whys of the health of our rivers, lakes and the Sound and the need to monitor and protect our natural resources.
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Brought to you by King County, The video How Storm Drains Work and Why They are Important describes how storm drains function and why it’s important to remember “only rain down the drain”.
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Brought to you by King County, the video How to Respond to a Spill Right Away shows how to block and clean up spills to keep them from entering storm drains.
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Brought to you by King County, the video Prevent Dumpster Soup and Reduce Water Pollution shows how to make sure your dumpster isn't polluting local streams and Puget Sound.