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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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Greenville NewsAugust was National Water Quality Month, and though this article is a bit after the fact, every month should be a celebration of clean water.Nonpoint source water pollution makes up more than half of all water pollution globally. Nonpoint is defined as the type of pollution that comes from regular, everyday human activities on land, wherein stormwater runoff carries those pollutants with it into surface waters like creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes. These surface waters serve as key ecological habitats, popular recreational areas, and major sources of drinking water for most South Carolinians.“How much can we really be polluting,…

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