Posts Tagged: stormwater pollution

Top FIVE Tips To Reduce Stormwater Pollution This Spring

With over 109,000 people living in just over 32 square miles, City of Ventura residents’ day to day activities can have an impact on water quality. Stormwater is surface runoff that does not soak into the ground during precipitation events

Top FIVE Tips To Reduce Stormwater Pollution This Spring

With over 109,000 people living in just over 32 square miles, City of Ventura residents’ day to day activities can have an impact on water quality. Stormwater is surface runoff that does not soak into the ground during precipitation events

Preventing Stormwater Pollution: Sustainable Ventura Podcast with Ray Olson

Ray Olson, Manager, City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division, talks to Sustainable Ventura’s Maryann Ridini Spencer about preventing stormwater pollution offering some great, simple tips for individuals that can really make a difference. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE PODCAST.

Preventing Stormwater Pollution: Sustainable Ventura Podcast with Ray Olson

Ray Olson, Manager, City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division, talks to Sustainable Ventura’s Maryann Ridini Spencer about preventing stormwater pollution offering some great, simple tips for individuals that can really make a difference. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE PODCAST.

“Get Your “Every Drop Counts” Green Your Green On Open Line article for October 12, 2011

Every Drop Counts! By Christine Wied Last week we had our first taste of rain for the season. If you have the space, this is a good time to consider a rain barrel to save money along with water. Although

“Get Your “Every Drop Counts” Green Your Green On Open Line article for October 12, 2011

Every Drop Counts! By Christine Wied Last week we had our first taste of rain for the season. If you have the space, this is a good time to consider a rain barrel to save money along with water. Although