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Winter Maintenance for Permeable Pavements

Posted on 11/15/22 by Lauren in Storm Water Services

Permeable Pavers with clean aggregate filled to the top. Check out the space in between bricks for debris or for low spots where stone has washed out.

Waking up to a gentle dusting of frost on the ground this week has gotten our office excited for upcoming snowy weather activities – and those of us on the Stormwater Team are eager to talk about preparing your stormwater control measures for the winter! One stormwater feature that gets hit the hardest during a typical Ohio winter is... read more

A Vote for Our Planet

Posted on 11/07/22 by Brent in Educational Outreach

The Pale Blue Dot Revisited (30th Anniversary) - photo credit NASA-JPL

Carl Sagan wrote in his in his 1994 book Pale Blue Dot From this distant vantage point, the Earth might not seem of any particular interest. But for us, it's different. Consider again that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever... read more

6 Sustainable Ways to Recycle Your Pumpkin

Posted on 11/03/22 by Kairsten in Educational Outreach

Now that Spooky Season has come to an end, Turkey Season is upon us! But what about poor Pumpkin Season? If you have a pile of abandoned Jack O’ Lanterns and are not keeping your pumpkins for Harvest decorations, we recommend the following sustainable ways to repurpose your pumpkins: The easiest – leave your pumpkin with the top off... read more

Stormwater Awareness

Posted on 10/25/22 by Carla in Storm Water Services

October 16th– October 22nd was Stormwater Awareness week. This is a regional effort to raise stormwater awareness throughout our community. Typically, the week consists of public education campaigns through various forms of media as well as activities and events relating directly to stormwater. This year our office chose to educate the public through a series of daily video releases.... read more

What is Environmental Justice?

Posted on 10/20/22 by Jared in Educational Outreach

NC Highways Historical Marker for PCB landfill protests in Afton, North Carolina. Source: Indy beetle, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons.

With the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) recent establishment of its Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights, it’s a good time for a brief check-in on what Environmental Justice is and what the movement is working on. The term “Environmental Justice” has been in use since the 1980s to describe the movement to relieve the disparate pollution... read more

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