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Published on Jul 28, 2011
In Grand Rapids, it takes only 15 to 30 minutes for contaminated rain and storwater to reach the Grand River and comparable waterways via the municipal stormwater sewer or by flowing directly into its tributaries.
This stormwater runoff is the leading source of water pollution in West Michigan, depositing millions upon millions of gallons of a man-made mixture we call HYDROFILTH into our local water resources each year. It is also a significant contributor to critical environmental and economic issues such as erosion and infrastructure decline.