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Storm Water

Storm Water Management

Storm Water

Storm Water runoff is rain and melting snow that flows off building rooftops, driveways, lawns, streets, parking lots, construction sites, and industrial storage yards. Developed areas are covered by buildings and pavement, which do not allow water to soak into the ground. Storm sewers are used to collect large amounts of runoff from streets and parking lots.

Wastewaterwaste water

Wastewater, also referred to as sewage, includes water from household or building use (such as toilets, showers, and sinks) that can contain human fecal waste, as well as water from non-household sources (such as rain and industrial use).

Make sure to check to see what, if any, permits you may need.  Potential Permits Required | Living on the Bank

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