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BASWG has developed three videos so far as part of our education and outreach program, bringing a recognizable face to stormwater pollution. You may have seen the videos at events like the Maine Science Festival or the Children’s Water Festival. Feel free to share!

Stormwater Runoff Express Animation

Stormwater pollution gets a free ride on the Stormwater Runoff Express to local waters where they lower water quality.  Common things such as pet waste, oil leaks, misplaced fertilizers and pesticides are easily washed away in stormwater runoff.  When the polluted water enters stormdrains it is carried directly to our rivers, streams, and lakes.  The pollution negatively affects our local waterbodies by harming plants and animals.  Watch the video learn what you can do to keep the pollution from getting on the Stormwater Runoff Express!

Whiteboard Video

There are many ways that an average resident can reduce their impact on local waterbodies.  This video illustrates how stormwater becomes polluted by common activities and how best practices can help to minimize pollution in stormwater.  Watch the video to learn what you can do to help!

Watershed Model Demonstration

Sometimes, it’s easier to watch than listen. In this video, we discuss how stormwater pollution happens and show its effects with a physical watershed model. The model demonstration starts at 2:03, if you want to skip to the action!

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Don't Fowl Our Waters

Common pollutants, like soil, pet waste, litter, soaps, road salt, car oil, pesticides, and fertilizers, can all be washed into our stormdrains, into our waterways, and make our waters unhealthy for us to work and play.

Posted by Think Blue Maine on Monday, January 6, 2020

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