Rain Gardens

Rain gardens ‘cut city pollution’. ‘Researchers say ‘rain gardens’ can trap pollutants in runoff water. Most of the rain that falls on cities lands on impervious surfaces, such as roads, where it absorbs pollutants before
it finally drains away. The team says a shallow depression in a garden containing bark mulch and shrubs can remove up to 99% of toxins.’

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