The Price of Polluted Runoff

May 10th, 2016

Executive Director Sara Aminzadah co-wrote a piece for Huffington Post with NRDC Attorney Noah Garrison.

Polluted stormwater runoff is the number one source of contamination to California’s renowned waters. When it rains, water flows over streets, lawns, and parking lots, carrying a toxic soup of copper, lead, zinc and other heavy metals, oils and car fluids, bacteria, viruses and other harmful materials — untreated — to our rivers, lakes and coastal waters.

Read the full story.

Categories: Stormwater