What can you do about stormwater pollution? Think Blue!
Stormwater pollution can come from a variety of sources including vehicles, pets, septic systems, and household hazardous waste.
Learn more about what you can do about stormwater pollution
For the City Stormwater Management Fact Sheet, click here.
Identifying and reporting pollution
The conditions of any sort of water environment is always changing. It is important to be aware of different types of water in order to better understand whether or not you are seeing potentially dangerous conditions or simply witnessing natural processes.
Learn more about identifying and reporting pollution
SOAK Up The Rain Program
Soak Up the Rain (SOAK) New Hampshire is a voluntary program managed by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services. The goal is to protect and restore clean water in the state’s lakes, streams, and coastal waters from the negative impacts of stormwater pollution.
Learn more about SOAK Up The Rain NH
To learn more:
NH Department of Environmental Services resources.
Massachusetts "Think Blue" initiative.
Pet Waste: Every drop makes an impact.
Rake It or Leave It: Tips for handling yard waste to prevent stormwater contamination.