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Annual Stormwater Education Reports

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Year 6 Annual Report (2013-2014)
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Year 4 Annual Report (2011-2012)
Year 3 Annual Report (2010-2011)
Year 2 Annual Report (2009-2010)
Year 1 Annual Report (2008-2009)

Annual Education Plans

Year 7 (2014-2015) Education Plan of Work
Year 6 (2013-2014) Education Plan of Work
Year 5 (2012-2013) Education Plan of Work
Year 4 (2011-2012) Education Plan of Work

Year 3 (2010-2011) Education Plan of Work

Year 2 (2009-2010) Education Plan of Work

Year 1 (2008-2009) Education Plan of Work


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Holiday Greetings
2014 Carolina Clear Holiday Newsletter
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2011 Carolina Clear Holiday Newsletter

2010 Carolina Clear Holiday Newsletter

2009 Carolina Clear Holiday Newsletter
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Past Events

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Floating Wetland Installed at Richland County Public Works

In September of 2015 Carolina Clear collFloating Wetland Mataborated with Richland County to installa floating wetland in the retention pond at the Richland County Public Works Department. These floating mats were created by Beemats LLC. and will help to limit excess nutrients in the system. The roots of these plants will grow 12-24 inches in length and absorb nitrogen and phosphorus that has entered the pond from sources such as fertilizer and geese. When nutrient levels become in excess algal blooms occur and ultimately lead to low oxygen levels. This can harm organisms in the waterbody and even lead to fish kills. The floating wetlands are an aesthetically pleasing way to alleviate excess nutrient issues!

 

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