How much water is wasted because of poor runoff design?



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    Runoff is water from rain, snow, dew, etc. that is sloughed off of roofs, roads, and other man-made structures. The wasted runoff water is the water that we are not able to collect for human use, and thus, we are unable to measure the amount of wasted water. The good news is, runoff water returns to the natural water table, where it will eventually evaporate and fall as rainwater again, so we have not really “lost” it.

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