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Water and wastewater2

Fresh water is the most essential natural resource in the world. The issue of contaminated aquifers and tapped water tables is real and imminent. The Northwest is extremely fortunate that it contains some of the best and most drinkable water in the world. However, there is a serious concern that without proper management this wonderful resource will become spoiled.

The water and wastewater assessment ensures that the green team understands the amount of water being used by your company. It will help you identify problems with leaks, improper landscaping methods, and frivolous water use. For restaurants or businesses with a kitchen, the assessment will also inquire about grease traps, garbage disposals, and bulk liquids.

Help keep your drinking water clean, safe, and plentiful.

 

Click to download a printable version of the Water and Wastewater Assessment

Water and Wastewater (PDF)

 

Helpful Links

Greenbiz.com Water Conservation Report 2008

NW Native Plant Guide

City of Vancouver Utilities

Clark Regional Wastewater District

Native Plant Finder

 

Contacts:

Sarah Keirns
Clark County Environmental Services
(360) 397-2121 ext. 4300
Sarah.Keirns@clark.wa.gov

Frank Dick
City of Vancouver
Frank.Dick@cityofvancouver.us

 

Register now to attend Green Business meetings starting Nov. 20

Meetings will cover key areas of environmental impact. Learn from local experts, ask questions, complete the verification process, and network with other business representatives.

Featured Fact

In 2010, Clark County workers kept 708 cubic yards of pollutants from entering our stream systems. That's enough to fill 55 large dump trucks.

Upcoming Events

2014 Green Business Meeting Series

November 20, 2014
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Local businesses are invited to a series of 3 free meetings starting Nov. 20 to be guided through the process of being verified as a Clark County

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