Just the right amount of rain could prove to be very helpful and useful for a host of activities. From watering the garden plants to cleaning off the streets, and nourishing the trees, rainwater has proven to be a very essential part of the environment.
 Having too much of it, however, could prove to be dangerous, if not outright destructive. It could damage properties, cause flooding, and erode soil. Even with infrastructure and sewer and drainage systems that supposedly help ease the flow of the stormwater out to streams and rivers, heavy rainfall can easily overwhelm these systems.
 This is why local governments and individual establishments should pay close attention to their own storm management systems. Fortunately, they can seek the advice of civil engineering consultants who can help them work out a viable and sustainable system for their stormwater management needs.

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