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After the Storm

May 05, 2004

After the Storm

This half-hour TV special on the impact of stormwater pollution will air again on Sunday May 9, at 8:30 pm and 11:30 pm EST on the Weather Channel. EPA and the Weather Channel co-produced this documentary to raise citizen awareness about watersheds and the variety of problems impacting them, particularly those caused by polluted stormwater runoff. Visit for more information and to order a free copy of the "After the Storm" brochure.

Copies of "After the Storm" are now available on VHS tape and can be used by state and local governments and nonprofit or citizen's organizations for educational purposes. Phase II MS4 communities are encouraged to integrate showings of "After the Storm" into their education and outreach campaigns. To order a copy, please contact EPA's National Service Center for Environmental Publications at 1-800-490-9198 or send an email to Please request "After the Storm - VHS" - EPA 840-V-04-001.


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