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Storm water discharges are generated by runoff from impervious areas such as streets and rooftops. After rain or snow, storm water flows across exposed surfaces where it picks up pollutants that could adversely affect water quality. Unlike sanitary sewers that flow to wastewater treatment plants, storm water runoff often streams untreated into creeks, rivers and other receiving waters.
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Major Sources of Storm Water Pollution at DFW Airport

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