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On Thursday, April 12, 2018 students from the Whippany Park High School Environmental Club (PDF) crafted a display showcasing simple steps the public can take to keep pollutants from running to rivers and streams.
Members of the Whippany Park High School Environmental Club proudly stand before their storm water management display to raise public awareness of non-point source water pollution.
Browse through several great resources available that thoroughly discuss the many aspects of stormwater management.
There are federal, state, and local laws that prohibit residents and businesses from discharging or depositing pollutants into any waters or onto land where these pollutants might eventually enter water.