Non-point Source Water Pollution in British Columbia

“Non-point source (NPS) pollution is caused by one or several activities taking place over a broad area. Agriculture, forestry and urban development are examples of activities that contribute to NPS pollution. ” Click here to learn more.

,A Ruined Urban Lake

.Examples of Stormwater Runoff Effects in Urban Areas

.Phosphorus Pollution in the Okanagan Lakes

.Point Source and Non-Point Source (NPS)  Water Pollution

.Polluted Runoff From Over-Wintering Cattle

.Preserving freshwater ecosystems and the quality

.Sewage Causes Shellfish Closures

.Spills Harm Fish

.The Challenge of Rapid Urban Growth

.The Economic Consequences of Non-Point Source Pollution

.The Link Between Air Pollution and Water Pollution


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