The Stormwater Coroperative has provided industries and the public with material to educate them on water pollution prevention.
- Auto Industry Water Pollution Prevention Brochure
- Food Industry Water Pollution Prevention Brochure
- Rain Barrel Info Brochure
- Why Use a Rain Barrel Brochure
We have made 4 Commercial that have aired on television to promote and educate people about keeping our waters clean.
- Rubber Ducky Commercial
- Plop Commercial
- Illegal Dumping Commercial
- Neighborhood Pollution Commercial
The Stormwater Cooperative also sends out construction newsletter to educate people.
A rain barrel is any above ground container modified to receive, store, and distribute rooftop runoff for non-drinking uses. Click here to learn more about rain barrels!
A rain garden is a garden of native shrubs, perennials and flowers planted in a small depression designed to temporarily hold and soak in rain water runoff that flows from roofs, driveways, patios or lawns. Click here to learn more about rain gardens!
For the Kids – Little fish in a big pond
How you can be a part of keeping our waters clean — and our world healthy
We want everyone in Nebraska — big and small — to help keep our waters clean, our fish healthy and our environment safe. You can do your part by learning which materials should never be put down a storm drain. That way, you can remind others that whatever we put down that drain will end up in our rivers and lakes.
A little help from Walter the Walleye
In this fun, interactive game, Walter Walleye, a friendly resident of Clearwater Lake, will help you identify common pollutants that can end up in our lakes, rivers and streams.
Have some fun with Walter the Walleye’s coloring book!
In this fun, interactive game of Jeopardy, you can quiz yourself and others on stormwater management.