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Stormwater Sleuths Solve the Mystery of the Putrid Pipe

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13-10-018April 2013
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Author(s) Elaine Snouwaert
Description The illicit stormwater discharge often lurks out of sight under a city's buildings and streets. The challenge for cities, regulated under the state's Municipal Stormwater Permit, is to locate and eliminate this pollution source. An investigation team in the city of Pullman found several illicit pipes and solved a recurring problem.
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Keywords water quality success story, municipal stormwater permits, cleanup
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