Attention Residents – Clermont County needs YOUR help!
The quality of Clermont County’s storm water affects and is affected by EVERYONE who lives here. For instance, storm water may be washing away your pollutants into streams and lakes if you…
Remember…These things wash away into water that you may be drinking, swimming in, fishing in, or recreating on. If waterways in your area are polluted, they may even be affecting the property value of your land.
These things wash away into water that you may be drinking, swimming in, fishing in, or recreating on. If waterways in your area are polluted, they may even be affecting the property value of your land.To find out what you can do to prevent storm water pollution, check out When It Rains, Clermont Drains. This brochure is perfect for posting at home, at work, at school, or in any other community gathering place. It lists 10 easy suggestions for preventing storm water pollution.
To the left, you will find links to educational materials for teachers to use in their classrooms and resources for children to learn more about storm water pollution issues.
Industrial or commercial operations looking for ways to prevent pollutants from entering storm water runoff should check out the Storm Water Pollution Prevention page.
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