Storm drains on the property of Wake Forest University are identified with a marker.
Storm drains are pipes that remove rain water from our streets and then flow directly to the closest creek or stream.
- Only rain water should enter storm drains.
- Oil or chemicals disposed of into a storm drain or drainage ditch will flow, untreated, into the closest stream or creek.
- One quart of motor oil can contaminate 250,000 gallons of water. One quart of motor oil creates an oil slick the size of eight football fields.
- Oil and water do not mix.
Only rain belongs in the storm drain. Contact Mike Draughn (firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.758.4001) in Facilities and Campus Services with storm water questions.
For more information visit the water quality program page on the Forsyth County | North Carolina website.