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Rural Culture on the Edge Drilling for Water. Western Loudoun County2

Comments:  Loudoun’s water quality is degraded in many areas and will require high priority attention to redress ongoing threats from an array of sources, such as eroding streams, loss of tree cover, rapidly growing hard urban surfaces, oil, grease and toxic chemicals runoff, and bacteria from livestock and faulty septic systems. Loudoun’s projected population growth over 2008-2030 implies that the County’s water utilization will grow from about 20 million to 33 million gallons per day, putting further stress on watersheds and the environment.

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