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Help reduce storm water pollution

09/28/2015 11:11AM ● Published by Katelyn Nelson

In order to educate the community on the potential for storm water pollution, we ask that residents be aware of direct links between various land activities and rainfall runoff that drains into storm drains and into rivers and streams. Residents can do their part to help prevent the pollution of our rivers and streams. Please keep pet waste, grass clippings, leaves & debris out of street gutters; apply lawn chemicals sparingly; control soil erosion on your property by planting ground cover; clean up spilled automotive fluids and don’t hose the spills into the street.

Please help eliminate storm water pollution. For more information on hazardous waste disposal and pollution prevention, please call Kane County at 630-208-5118.
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