Polluted Runoff - Share Infographics

Polluted Runoff Report Shareables

Help us spread the word about how harmful polluted runoff is to the Chesapeake Bay region's ecology, economy, and health. Simply press the Facebook or Twitter buttons below to share the infographics displayed. Read about the problems created by suburban and urban runoff in the investigative report on polluted runoff.

Graph shows the rise in the return on investment from runoff control fees.

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Stormwater fees can be used to build bump outs, rain gardens, regenerative conveyance systems, and retrofitted stormwater ponds.

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27000 gallons of pollution.  A woman attempts to rake trash as polluted runoff enters a stream.

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Graph shows how polluted runoff is increasing in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

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Figure shows how a leafy green tree can drink 500-2000 gallons of water per year, while an evergreen tree can drink up to 4000 gallons of water per year.

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