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Stormwater pouring out of a large cement drainage pipe and onto an ocean beach.
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About The Clips: Medium and close up shots of stormwater flowing out of a large diameter cement pipe protruding from a coastal embankment. Medium and wide shots of stormwater flowing out of a pipe and onto a beach. The wastewater then runs below large driftwood logs and forms a shallow rivulet running down the beach in the foreground. All static shots.
Comments On Clip Subjects: Nonpoint source water pollution is a growing concern. When something goes down a storm drain it usually winds up in a river, lake, or ocean. There are many nonpoint source water pollutants, including fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, gasoline, oil, antifreeze, street litter, and more. These are washed into storm drains and often go straight into natural waters without any treatment.