Trickle Down Thursday: Construction Sites

The individuals working on a construction site are a first line of defense for our rivers. Fixing leaking equipment, using silt fences and designated construction entrances, and cleaning up as you go can keep your worksite clean. A clean worksite helps keep dirt, chemicals, and trash out of our streets and storm sewers. View the EPA’s guide to federal requirements here: https://bit.ly/2Wsuz4U

Calling Panhandle Contractors, Engineers, and Developers

Did you know sediment from construction sites ranks as one of the top five surface water pollutants in the United States?

We invite you to learn the requirements and methods for protecting our waterways during active construction. This course is tailored to contractors, developers, and engineers in the Nebraska Panhandle.

For more information or to register please see the LTAP site at : 
go.unl.edu/esc-scottsbluff

Waterwise Wednesday: Thank you to our Water and Wastewater Staff for all you do!

Please enjoy this tribute to waterworks from the Water Environment Federation (WEF)

Somewhere. Every drop of water that we use goes somewhere. It comes to us. Together, we are creating the future of water and building a legacy that is protec…
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