SWMP- Minimum Control Measure #6

Good Housekeeping/Pollution Prevention deals with the impact of Municipal Employees activities on stormwater pollution. All municipal employees receive training on minimizing their influence on stormwater by implementing Best Management Practices (BMP’s) in their everyday work.

SWMP- Minimum Control Measure #2

Stormwater Management Plan MCM #2 is Public Involvement and Participation. This correlates with the first MCM. Ideally, a person/group will use the education that occurred with the first MCM and turn that interest into a passion. Activities done in the past include volunteering opportunities for Curb Inlet Marking and Canal Cleanup.

Waterwise Wednesday: Kid Games

Need to keep the kids occupied while they’re home for break?

Try some of these water conservation games rounded up by Water, Use it Wisely.

Games

 

Please Pick Up Your Fireworks

The City of Kearney operates multiple street sweepers on a regular basis. They are not designed for picking up Fireworks debris that citizens leave on the street. This debris will not be picked up by the City. Please pick up after yourselves.

Waterwise Wednesday: Fighting for a Cause Has an Effect

Photo: Instagram.com/alisonsadventures

Nearly two years ago Alison Teal, Time Magazine’s Female Indiana Jones, posted a video taped in a polluted Los Angeles river which spurred California to ban the plastic bag.

To see more of Alison’s creative global environmental accomplishments check out her website below.

https://alisonsadventures.com/

Waterwise Wednesday: Have a Green Halloween!

Use these tips for a cleaner more environmentally friendly night.

1. Walk, bike, or carpool your trick-or-treating route.

2. Collect treats in a reusable treat bag.

3. Keep candy wrappers or other trash from littering the sidewalk and gutters as you hop from house to house.

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