Tag: Nonpoint Source

  • Nonpoint Source Projects and Success Stories

    Project Map The Utah Nonpoint Source (NPS) Pollution Program was created in 1990 to address nonpoint source pollution in the state. Nonpoint source pollution occurs when rain or snow runoff picks up pollutants, contaminants, or excess nutrients and enters rivers, streams, rivers, lakes, and groundwater. The Federal Clean Water Act (CWA) and Utah Water Quality…

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