Many people poor oil, paint, yard waste, and other pollutants into the storm drain because they think the water will be treated before it reaches the river. Unfortunately this is not the case and consequently storm drains are a large source of pollution for the watershed.
Storm Drain Marking is one simple way of reducing the amount of pollutants going down the drain and into our rivers. This highly visible marker won’t solve all of our pollution problems but it is an easy first step towards public education and active involvement in storm water pollution prevention.
You can help protect your watershed by marking storm drains in your neighborhood. These durable plastic markers can be glued down in seconds. RiverLink will provide markers, safety vests, glue, and gloves for your project. If you have a group that is interested in getting involved, please take the following steps to get started.
Please contact the Watershed Resources Coordinator with any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-252-8474 ext 13).
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