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49 Things You Should Never Flush or Pour Down the Drain

Posted by David Schminke on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 @ 09:00 AM

Are you about to flush that thing down the toilet?

Hold on! Think before you flush it! We spend millions of dollars cleaning sewer systems that get clogged, gunked up, and trashed. Here’s a handy guide to the common items that should NOT get flushed, tossed, or poured down the drain. Download our free poster "Wait, Don't Flush It!" to help spread this educational message to the public.

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Tags: stormwater, sanitary sewer, stormwater pollution, pollution

Stormwater Discharges from Construction Activities

Posted by Amy Harvell on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 @ 08:58 AM

Stormwater runoff from construction activities can have a significant impact on water quality. As stormwater flows over a construction site, it can pick up pollutants such as sediment, debris, and chemicals and transport these to a nearby storm sewer system or directly to a river, lake, or coastal water. Polluted stormwater runoff can harm or kill fish and other wildlife. Sedimentation can destroy aquatic habitat, and high volumes of runoff can cause stream bank erosion. Debris can clog waterways and potentially reach the ocean where it can kill marine wildlife and impact habitat.

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Tags: stormwater discharge, erosion control, stormwater permit, stormwater pollution


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