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Cooks River hides a little secret

Cooks River is considered to be one of the most polluted urban river systems in NSW. Leaf litter, drink cans, plastics bags, oil runoff are common sights for the locals. 801 more words


Your Outdoor Ashtray

Did you ever notice any special instalment to recycle or store cigarette butts on the street? Are you a smoker? If you are, how did you deal with your cigarette butts when at outdoor without ashtray? 205 more words


Engineering committee meeting (14 April)

The engineering services committee meeting was held on 14 April 2016. Apologies were received from Cr Mirfin, and for lateness Cr Bouillir and Mayor Kempthorne. All other councillors were present. 2,448 more words


@EPA Awarding $1.3 Million to Revitalize America’s Urban Waters and Surrounding Communities

Here’s the release from the Environmental Protection Agency (Tricia Lynn):

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is awarding $1.3 million to 22 organizations in 18 states to help protect and restore urban waters and to support community revitalization and other local priorities.

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Colorado Water

Ben Brenman Pond Stormwater Retrofit Project Update Meeting Coming Up | News Release | City of Alexandria

Helping Protect the Chesapeake Bay

The Stormwater Management Division will host a community meeting on Thursday, October 20, at 6:30 pm, to provide an update on the 30% concept design for the Ben Brenman Pond Stormwater Retrofit Project.  74 more words


City of Alexandria to Hold Public Meeting on Proposed Stormwater Management Fee | News Release | City of Alexandria

On Monday, October 17, the City of Alexandria’s Environmental Policy Commission will host a public meeting to present the framework of a proposed Stormwater Management Fee and receive feedback from the public. 274 more words


How does stormwater impact us?

Rainy season is here early. In King County we get an average of 40 inches of rain. That rain falls on streets, parking areas, sports fields, gravel lots, and rooftops carrying all the chemicals and bacteria from those surfaces directly into nearby lakes, rivers and Puget Sound. 165 more words

Clean Water