Article courtesy of ANUSHUKLA | Feb 12, 2016 | Bromsgrove Standard | Shared as educational material
A group of Bromsgrove residents have received training on how to test their waterways for pollution. The 24-strong group joined staff from Waterside Care at Bromsgrove’s Battlefield Brook, where they discovered a pollution incident following a diesel spill on the M5. The Environment Agency responded before training had finished. The project is also working with a number of local schools to help spread the word to create rain gardens for soaking rainwater through soils instead of running off concrete into drains.
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