Listed below are some programs and immediately available materials. Please contact Jackie Jackson Teel to coordinate your request for assistance or additional materials — Water Resources Telephone 912-651-1454; MPC Main Office 912-651-1440; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Water Spout Newsletter
The MPC Water Resources Program produces “Water Spout,” a quarterly newsletter dealing with water resource issues and advertising educational opportunities offered by the program. Local events that address water issues are also listed in the newsletter. Copies of this newsletter are sent to Savannah, Bloomingdale, Garden City, Pooler, Port Wentworth, Thunderbolt, Tybee Island and Chatham County public and private schools and city halls for public distribution. Copies of the newsletter are also distributed to local environmental organizations and citizens upon request. Online links to the newsletters are provided for your use and information.
Water Conservation Kits. Indoor and outdoor water-saving kits are distributed to residents of Chatham County free of charge.
Meet “Less Waters,” the running toilet person. This running plumbing fixture was created by Puppet People to help educate the public on why a leaky, running toilet is not good for the environment. Remember, the toilet is the number one water using fixture inside the home and a running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons a day. Find leaks and fix them! Anyone who calls us requesting more information on how to fix a running toilet will be sent a water conservation kit plus information. You can see the running toilet in action at select home Savannah Sand Gnats games. Let’s go out to the ball game and support our team, the Savannah Sand Gnats, and learn more about water conservation!
Adopt-A-Stream participants are doing something about non-point source pollution. Adopt-A-Stream is a volunteer water quality monitoring program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division. The Chatham County Adopt-A-Stream program is coordinated through the Chatham County-Savannah Metropolitan Planning Commission.
Coastal Georgia Adopt-A-Wetland. This program is designed to increase public awareness of the State’s non-point source pollution and water quality, to provide citizens with the tools and training to evaluate and protect their local waterways, to encourage partnerships between citizens and their local government and to collect reliable baseline water quality data.
Countywide Storm Drain Marking Program. Volunteers are gluing tiles with a “NO Dumping – Drains To Waterways” message on storm drains that flow to our local waterways.
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