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MSU students place at EPA competition

April 30, 2014

In Mississippi, the past decade has brought several harsh reminders of the importance of storm water management.

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina flooded the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and in 2011, a series of severe storms resulted in a 500-year flood on the Mississippi River. As director of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Gulf of Mexico Program, Ben Scaggs knows how important every measure to combat the dangers of storm water can be — even if it’s something as seemingly innocuous as the amount of concrete covering a given territory.

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