Hold the Salt, Save the Water

Hold the Salt, Save the Water

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Author: Chris Swann

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Last Updated: 31-10-2016 19:01

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Westerling, K. 2016. Hold the Salt, Save the Water. Water Online.

groundwater, impervious, nutrients, ocean, pervious, pollutant, Pollution Prevention, runoff, urban, water quality, water supply, Infiltration

http://www.wateronline.com/doc/hold-the-salt-save-the-environment-0001?sectionCode=Editorial&templateCode=Single&user=2821589&source=nl:44829&utm_source=et_10759433&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=WOL_2016-02-02&utm_term=15BB6701-2754-4C06-B79C-B2AEEFBDE540

While safety is often the sole concern for civilians during winter storms, the over-application of road salt has massive implications on waterways, water quality, ecosystems, vegetation, soil, and groundwater. Green SnowPro is a possible solution that trains salt applicators to release as little salt as possible while still providing safe conditions.

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