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Storm Drain Markers are an excellent way to comply with the EPA's NPDES requirements. Markers are 3 7/8" diameter. Polyurethane Crystal Cap offers the ultimate in scuff-resistance. 10 year warranty. Markers are applied with Sikaflex caulk tube adhesive (or epoxy used to apply road reflectors is acceptable).
23 Dec 2010
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Well watch, seems like a simple trick but I still can't figure it out.
11 Jul 2006
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Sa-So is one of the well known supplier of Portable ADA Parking Signs, Crowd Control Signs, Traffic signs and Whiteboard Accessories. Visit: *********** for top quality custom signs.Our specialty at SA-SO is manufacturing custom street signs, raffic signs and whiteboards. All customization is done “in-house” guaranteeing a fast turnaround time for our customers.
30 Jul 2010
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SA-SO provides a wide variety of accident prevention, buildings & grounds, security and public safety items.Visit *********** and find wide variety of Safety signs and labels, traffic signs, Custom signs, T-top channelizer cones, many more.All customization is done “in-house” guaranteeing a fast turnaround time for our customers.
2 Aug 2010
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***********/maps/place?hl=en&georestrict=input_srcid:be7611bd38af0bcc D & K Backhoe 1441 N Bluff Rd Collinsville, IL 62234 618-344-7779 We offer you Excavating Contractor, Site Preparation and Storm Drain Service in Collinsville, IL. Excavating Contractor Site Preparation Sewer Cleaning Storm Drain Service Excavation Contractors excavating contractor Collinsville IL, site preparation Collinsville IL, sewer cleaning Collinsville IL, storm drain service Collinsville IL, Excavation Contractors Collinsville IL
30 Jun 2011
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Heavy rains cause the storm drains to totally fill up and make the manhole cover dance. Imagine the pressure required to make it happen.
15 Aug 2019
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These guys decided to have some fun in the storm drain. Just some water park rides, but without the ridiculous price tag.
13 Oct 2019
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This woman goes inside a storm drain to save a trapped kitten. Yes, humanity still exists.
1 Nov 2019
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My first attempt at an 'on location video' that wasn't within the confines of my own home. The Elephant Walk is a walking trail that runs through Smithfield, a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. In this video I tell you what I know about it.
28 Feb 2008
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Mission Car Wash Business Profile. Want to get your car cleaned by true professionals? Come on over to Mission Car Wash for a clean that will last! Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Dec 2009
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LA GRAN LIMPIEZA / THE GREAT L.A. RIVER CLEANUP SATURDAY, May 17, 2008 - Footage of FoLAR's 19th Annual Great Los Angeles River CleanUp - Shot by Keith Coogan on a Sony HDR-HC1, edited with iMovie - Sponsored By: BANK OF AMERICA ; City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Sanitation; Port of Long Beach; Warner Brothers; Keep California Beautiful; American Chemistry Council; Fox Entertainment Group; Metropolitan Water District; Albertsons; Baxter BioScience; CDM; CH2MHill; Eartwise Bags; Homeboy Industries; Kaiser; Los Angeles County Department of Public Works; Long Beach Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine; Los Angeles Conservation Corps; Los Angeles Department of Water and Power; Mean Green Team Purifighters; Metrolink; Metropolitan Transit Authority; Patagonia; Raw Revolution; Supervisor Yvonne Burke; Tom's of Maine River Awareness Program; Water Replenishment District; Wenk and Associates; Yosemite Waters; (FoLAR) Friends of the Los Angeles River is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization founded in 1986, whose mission is to protect and restore the natural and historic heritage of the Los Angeles River and its riparian habitat through inclusive planning, education and wise stewardship. Once home to steelhead and grizzlies, the Los Angeles River meandered through wetlands, marshes, willow, alder and sycamore, providing desperately needed water for the region. Now running over 50 miles long - from the suburbs of the San Fernando Valley to the ocean in Long Beach - the Los Angeles River flows through 14 cities and countless neighborhoods. When the Army Corps of Engineers initiated a flood control project in the late 1930's, they began the process of paving 80% of the River, creating the world's largest storm drain. Over the ensuing decades, the River that had been the sole water supply for the City of Los Angeles before the Los Angeles Aqueduct was completed in 1913 almost disappeared from public consciousness. With the cement came a perceptual shift: the River no longer existed. Instead, it was a "flood control channel," a no-man's land, surrounded by fences and signs. Category: Nonprofits & Activism Tags: FOLAR LA GRAN LIMPIEZA THE GREAT L.A. RIVER CLEANUP KEITH COOGAN
19 May 2008
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On an all new Snapped on Oxygen, Tracey Frame's boyfriend signed his house over to her to avoid repossession. However, after a bitter breakup, she refused to give it back. Tracey ended the property dispute by shooting her ex and relocating his body to a storm drain. Watch an all new Snapped on Sunday at 10pm/9C, only on Oxygen. *******www.oxygen****/
24 Jul 2008
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