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What can you do to prevent stormwater pollution?

stormwater drainBy Gene Patterson, WSU Public Health/Water Quality

Whether we work or live next to a stream, lake or miles away from either, our everyday actions affect water quality. 

To learn more about how you can prevent stormwater and water pollution, please see the stormwater information page at WSU Environmental Health & Safety.  

You can find additional information on the EH&S site by clicking the following links:

For more information, contact Gene Patterson, WSU Environmental Health and Safety, 335-3041, gpatters@wsu.edu.

And please remember, “Only rain down the drain!”

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