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California stormwater has been making news headlines non-stop since the massive rain and snowstorms they’ve received early this year. Social media was buzzing with proclamations that “the drought is over!” leading the public into a fabricated feeling of relief. In previous weeks we’ve expressed our concerns that the drought isn’t over and California still has […]

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The topic of Stormwater in California pushes onward into the new year as the newly appointed Executive Director of the San Diego Coastkeeper, Matt O’Malley, takes a stand against businesses contaminating the region with stormwater runoff. In an article by Joshua Emerson Smith, Contact Reporter for The San Diego Union-Tribune, we are introduced to the […]

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Since last week was Earth Day, let’s take some time to focus on the positive in stormwater news. An article on WaterWorld.com details the EPA’s announcement of $3.3 Million in funding being awarded to the research of water reuse. “The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced funding to five institutions to research human and […]

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