Force, Jim
August 2008
Municipal Sewer & Water;Aug2008, p32
Trade Publication
The article reports on the stormwater management programs established in Brewer, Maine. It states that the initiative aims to educate the public concerning the benefits of maintaining stormwater systems as well as protecting the environment. These programs include the annual Stream Cleanup Event, educating students on the practices that will help prevent water pollution, and informing the public on the hazards offered by using phosphorus fertilizer for lawn care.


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