12 INCH CORRUGATED METAL PIPE (11113300-HHPS073) site data in the Water Quality Portal
Data Provider: STORET (Learn more about Water Quality Portal Data Providers)
This storm sewer site, maintained by the New Hampshire Department Of Environmental Services (BEACH) (identifier 11113300), has the name "12 INCH CORRUGATED METAL PIPE" and has the identifier 11113300-HHPS073. This site is in the watershed defined by the 8 digit Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) 01060003. You can learn more about what is happening in this HUC at the EPA's Surf Your Watershed site or at the USGS Science In Your Watershed site.
This site is located in Rockingham County County, New Hampshire at 42.9039610000 degrees latitude and -70.8163190000 degrees longitude using the datum NAD83. The horizontal location collection method was "GPS-Unspecified" and the accuracy is 15 m.
To download the metadata about this site along with water quality data, go to the Portal Page and enter "11113300-HHPS073" into the "Site ID" box under Site Parameters
What other monitoring locations are upstream or downstream from this one?
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|Characteristic Group||Date Range*|
|Microbiological||2000 - 2009|
|Organics, Pesticide||2000 - 2009|
|Physical||2000 - 2009|
What other information is available for this location?
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|OrganizationFormalName||New Hampshire Department Of Environmental Services (BEACH)|
|MonitoringLocationName||12 INCH CORRUGATED METAL PIPE|
|MonitoringLocationDescriptionText||12 INCH CMP. PIPE HAS BEEN BRICKED AND FILLED WITH CONCRETE (2009). CONFIRMED WITH DPW THAT PIPE IS NO LONGER TIED IN WITH OUTFALL ON TUTTLE AVE, PIPE IS INACTIVE (2009). LOTS OF DEBRIS AND LAWN CLIPPINGS IN VICINITY (2009).|