Utah nonpoint source pollution management plan

Title Utah nonpoint source pollution management plan
Subject Nonpoint source pollution; Best management practices (Pollution prevention)
Description Nonpoint source pollution (NPS) is pollution that results from diffuse sources in contrast to pollutants which enter waterways from pipes or other man-made conveyances. NPS pollution can include a variety of contaminates such as sediments, nutrients, pesticides, bacteria, organics and heavy metals that enter surface waters or leach into groundwater. Some common sources of NPS pollution include urban streets and parking lots, agricultural lands and operations, and construction sites.
Creator Utah. Dept. of Environmental Quality
Publisher Utah. Dept. of Environmental Quality
Contributors Utah Nonpoint Source Taskforce
Date 2000-10
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Language eng
ARK ark:/87278/s69z96j1
Setname uu_wwu
Date Created 2008-06-30
Date Modified 2008-06-30
ID 1158964
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/details?id=1158964
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