Tough restrictions passed on storm water trash
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Tough restrictions passed on storm water trash

Alameda : CA : USA | Oct 14, 2009 at 7:58 AM PDT
Source: San Francisco Chronicle
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San Francisco Bay officials on Wednesday approved an ambitious plan to force more than 70 Bay Area cities to drastically reduce the amount of trash that flows from their storm drains into the bay. More Bay Area News The San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, after hearing more than four... FULL ARTICLE AT San Francisco Chronicle
 
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