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PROTECTING OUR CORNER OF THE WATERSHED

 

      Always Conserve and Reuse Water Wisely

Use low-flow faucets, shower heads, reduced flow toilet flushing equipment and water saving appliances such as energy star dish/clothes washers.  Repair leaking faucets, toilets and pumps.  Do not over-water your lawn or garden.  Use slow-watering techniques such as trickle irrigation or soaker hoses when watering your lawn.  As a general rule, lawns only need watering every five to seven days in the summer.  Remember, we all can contribute to the health of our waterways in many ways!

Village of Dimondale Stormwater Management Program

Greater Lansing Regional Committee

Eaton County Resource Recovery