Reducing Stormwater

One of the most widespread and rampant sources of pollution Virginia’s tributaries and the Chesapeake Bay is urban and suburban stormwater runoff from hard and impervious surfaces like streets, roofs, and parking lots.

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Stormwater impacts on Virginia

Unlike pollution that can controlled at a single source, stormwater management requires a comprehensive solution.

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Tackling Stormwater Runoff in Loudoun

One of the most widespread and rampant sources of pollution in NoVA tributaries and the Chesapeake Bay is urban and suburban stormwater runoff from hard and impervious surfaces like streets, roofs and parking lots.

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Virginia’s 2019 Legislative Session

Check out Virginia's Clean Water Priorities for Virginia's 2019 Legislative Session

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Street drain, stormwater runoff. Photo credit: Abramov Timur / Shutterstock
February 24, 2016

Northern Virginia is facing increasingly stressed drinking water supplies.