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You are the solution to keeping water clean. All the water from houses and buildings will end up in the Puget Sound after passing through a treatment plant. All water that enters storm drains will also end up in the Puget Sound.

Click on the links in the images below to find out how you can help keep water clean and prevent pollution!

Pick up pet waste Put trash in the trash can, not the toilet Prevent kitchen sink clogs dispose of hazardous waste choose natural yard care keep your car maintained use a commercial car wash take the bus, bike, walk, or carpool choose natural yard care Use natural simple products Dispose of medications safely Choose to walk, bike, bus, or carpool
Keep cars maintained; fix leaks
Put trash in a trash can, not the toilet
Pick up pet waste and throw in trashcan
Choose natural, simple products. Avoid fragrances, phosphorous and chemicals.
Reduce fertilizers and pesticides: choose natural yard care.
Choose to walk, bike, bus or carpool.
Return medicines to a pharmacy or put in a trash can.
Take hazardous waste to a disposal facility.
Reduce energy and water needs; compost food waste