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Yellow Fish Road (TM)66 viewsUrban storm water pollution is the biggest source of pollutants in rivers, streams and lakes. Storm drains are the grates found next to the curb and collect runoff water from the street. In most municipalities, storm drains empty directly into local water bodies, untreated. Especially during snowmelt and springtime rains, litter, sediments and chemicals can end up in the local water body though the storm drain system. Yellow Fish RoadTM participants paint yellow fish next to storm drains and distribute fish
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Yellow Fish Road (TM)43 viewsQuinte Conservation and community volunteers painted yellow fish beside storm drains at Conger Place in Belleville on Saturday, October 3, 2010.
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Yellow Fish Road (TM)44 viewsEspecially during snowmelt and springtime rains, litter, sediments and chemicals can end up in the local water body though the storm drain system. Yellow Fish RoadTM participants paint yellow fish next to storm drains and distribute fish-shaped brochures to nearby households to let residents know why the yellow fish have appeared
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Yellow Fish Road (TM)67 viewsUrban storm water pollution is the biggest source of pollutants in rivers, streams and lakes. Storm drains are the grates found next to the curb and collect runoff water from the street. In most municipalities, storm drains empty directly into local water bodies, untreated.
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