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Heavy Use Area Protection

Web image: Before photo of a barnyard which poses a heath threat to livestock and contributes to non-point pollution. Click photo for full page view Web image: Photo after the installation of concrete and curbs facilitates cleaning of wastes from the barnyard, reducing the amount of contaminants leaving the area. Click photo for full page view
Before: This barnyard poses a heath threat
to livestock and contributes to non-point
pollution
After: The installation of concrete and curbs
facilitates cleaning of wastes from the
barnyard, reducing the amount of
contaminants leaving the area
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Web image: Weep holes in this concrete barnyard allow runoff to exit the area into a grassed filter strip which captures contaminants. Click photo for full page view Web image: Curbs installed along the edges of this concrete barnyard facilitates the cleaning of wastes, reducing the amount of contaminants leaving the area. Click photo for full page view
Weep holes in this concrete barnyard allow
runoff to exit the area into a grassed filter
strip which captures contaminants
Curbs installed along the edges of this concrete
barnyard facilitates cleaning of wastes, reducing
the amount of contaminants leaving the area
Full page view Full page view
Web image: Heavy use area protection often consists of installing concrete in barnyard areas to facilitate cleaning  
Heavy use area protection often consists of
installing concrete in barnyard areas to
facilitate cleaning
 

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