Storm Water Best Management Practices
Pollution Prevention Information for Your Business
As a business owner or operator, you are responsible for keeping pollutants generated at your business from entering the storm drain system.
The Town of Windsor would like to direct business owners like you to a website where you can find important pollution prevention information. Visit www.srcity.org/pollutionprevention and click on Pollution Prevention at Work.
You'll find information on:
- Do's and don't for operating your business to protect water quality.
- Activities and area around your business that can generate pollution.
- Resources available to you (permit, waste handling, disposal, and inspections).
Pollution Prevention Information for Residents
Did you know that the soap and oil that goes down the storm drain when you wash your car is harmful to water quality and to the fish and other life in the creeks? And the pesticides you spray on your yard, if sprayed right before a rain can wash off and kill beneficial insects in the creeks? Please click for a flyer about pollutants typical for a home and yard.
Want more info about pollution prevention? Do-it-yourselfers click here.
The Town of Windsor would like to direct home owners like you to a website where you can find important information on how to prevent storm water pollution at home. Please click on the link above for information on how to prevent pollution when conducting a variety of activities including:
- Maintaining your car (Keep the oil out of the gutter!)
- Car Washing (Yes, soapy and oily water is a pollutant.)
- Draining your swimming pool (Chlorine harms aquatic life.)
- Home Improvement (concrete waste, barbecues, job site clean-up, and power washing.)
- And more!
Contact your Town of Windsor Storm Water Coordinator at (707) 838-5385 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Remember, please report spills and leaks which could impact the storm drain system.
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