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Title:Chapter 7.3.4 Dirt and Gravel Roads.pdf
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  • Statewide, while runoff from these roads is not the major source of pollution in streams, close proximity of rural roads to high quality streams is common, and these roads often parallel streams and discharge directly into them.
  • Pennsylvania’s Dirt & Gravel Road Pollution Prevention Program was formed in 1997 to “fund environmentally sound maintenance of unpaved roadways that have been identified as sources of dust and sediment pollution.” This program strives to reduce erosion, sediment, and dust pollution by using improved maintenance techniques that benefit both dirt and gravel roads and the environment.
  • Eligible dirt and gravel road sections are those identified by County ...
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