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New Jersey LCV 5h
We achieved our top 3 legislative priorities this year: ✅ NJ is on a path to 50% clean, renewable energy by 2030 ✅ Municipalities can use utilities to better manage flooding ✅ is permanently funded Tell us what to tackle next >>
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Bangor Area SWG 14m
Every day there are little things that each of us can do to reduce pollution. Follow us to learn more about and how you can make a difference.
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Elizabeth Gallo 5h
Hardcore channeling Belle while prepping laptops for a science advisory board meeting.
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WK Dickson & Co, Inc 3h
David and Ward will be in Tenn. next week presenting two topics that make the best out of what nature already gives us. .
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Barb Martin 1h
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Cedar Grove Compost Nov 14
"...researchers filtered the water through a three-foot-high soil column containing layers of gravel, sand, compost and bark, all the exposed coho survived as well as they did in clean water."
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John McMaine SDSUExt 23h
Had a blast working with the SDSU Landscape Architecture department on a community forum for green stormwater infrastructure. Got crucial community input on types and locations of practices.
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Florida Environmental Film Festival 2h
Stormwater Florida friendly planting with our volunteers big and small... thanks to “start” for the plants. These plants will help to clean the the water and bring back the natural wildlife.
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Jordy Wolfand Nov 13
Love our team of nerds and our white board brainstorm sessions.
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Heal Our Waterways 8h
Here's a little bit of ocean paradise for this cold and rainy Friday - check out this beautifully painted rain barrel, done by Josie and her daughter!
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NMSC 7h
The same goes for anything put/left on the ground: dog waste, trash, fertilizers & pesticides, oil, etc. When it rains, all of this waste ends up in and flows right into the nearest water body. Remember !
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Otterbine Aerators Nov 12
Otterbine's are built to last- thanks for sharing!
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WaterTectonics 8h
Another great photo from our client’s 70+ acre rock quarry in ! Our field team is busy getting all systems up and running to reduce turbidity and control pH in industrial runoff prior to discharge to a nearby creek.
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TOM Stormwater 8h
Being a takes little effort. Along with not littering you can: -Pick up trash on hikes or bike rides. -Pick up pet waste. -Ensure only goes into storm drains. -Compost or properly dispose of yard waste. -Reduce use of fertilizer. -And more!!!
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Travis Loop Oct 22
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Associated Contractors Inc Nov 13
management is a crucial matter when planning for new and when making additions and/or updates to already standing structures. Read more here:
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Katie (Kathryn) Thomas Sep 11
First rainstorm since the dry stream went in. Awesome to see it doing its job!
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Central MA Regional Stormwater Coalition Aug 1
Robin has been a great leader and advocate for municipal for many years as part of the CMRSWC and the MA Statewide Municipal Stormwater Coalition A well deserved recognition!
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NY Water Environment Nov 6
The Fall '19 Clear Waters magazine has a great article on 's Rain Check 2.0! And you can learn more from BSA's Kevin Meindl, who is presenting at NYWEA's Conference in Syracuse 11/19! Program: Register now:
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eguru jobs Nov 14
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