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Pet Waste BrochureHere's the scoop... pick up after your pet. If you fail to clean up after your pet, stormwater can carry waste into rivers, lakes and streams. It can create a health hazard for people and can "doo" a lot of damage to the environment.
Landscape Irrigation Watering GuideThis brochure outlines water saving devices and tips specific to Georgia's climate and landscape.
Is Your Yard As Green As You Think It Is? BrochureThe excessive use of fertilizers, improper disposal of leaves and yard clippings, overuse of pesticides/herbicides and over-watering can result in the polluting of Georgia's streams, rivers and lakes. This brochure contains tips residents to keep pollutants from entering streams.
Household Hazardous Waste BrochureHow you dispose of everyday household products can impact water quality as well as your health.
Menu for a Cleaner and Healthier Environment: A Water Pollution Prevention Guide for the Food Service IndustryFood residue, detergents, grease and trash left outside or poured in a storm drain are picked up by rainwater and carried to the nearest stream as polluted stormwater runoff. By following the tips below, you can be part of the solution to water pollution!
Pollution Prevention Tips for Septic SystemsBy following a few simple tips, you can maintain your septic system to maximize its efficiency, reduce problems and potential expenses and help to protect our waterways!
Get Pumped on Septic! Door HangerLearn how to properly maintain your septic system and prevent water pollution.
FOG Door HangerThis door hanger lays out the basics of FOG (fats, oils and grease): What, How, Where, and what you can do to help.
Putting the Brakes on Water Pollution: DIY Auto Care (Spanish)It's important to keep your vehicle in tip top shape and always follow proper maintenance and wash practices to help protect our waters (Es muy importante mantener su vehículo en buen estado y seguir siempre el mantenimiento adecuado para ayudar a proteger nuestras aguas.)