Water Pollution and Wastewater Education for Kids:

Environmental Kids Club - Water (US EPA)
Water is everywhere—in the sky, in the ground, and in our homes—and we use it every day. Learn how to care for this important resource.
Nonpoint Source Kids Page (US EPA)
Polluted runoff activities for kids.
Water Pollution Interactive Website (Salt Lake Hawaii)
As water from rainfall and snowmelt flows over and through the landscape, it picks up and carries contaminants from many different sources. This is called Non-Point Source pollution. This polluted water ends up in streams, lakes and the ocean by flowing directly in or by going through untreated storm drains. Water also carries pollutants into underground drinking water as it soaks into the ground.
Wastewater Treatment for Youngsters
How efficiently we treat and manage our wastewater plays a major role in achieving effective water resource management, thus wastewater treatment is an important component of the Council's mission.Wastewater Treatment for Youngsters provides a simplified look at wastewater treatment and is designed to give the viewer a general idea of how the process works. In addition, it is our hope that the viewer will gain a greater understanding of how wastewater treatment relates to water resource management.
Water Treatment - Kid's Water Zone (NJAWWA)
Offering several opportunities to investigate various topics about water use, treatment, and conservation.

Water Pollution and Wastewater Education for Adults:

Water Quality Management
Begin a new career managing the processes to improve water quality

The Water Quality Management Program will prepare students for entry-level employment as technicians in the water processing industry. Water quality technicians work in teams to operate drinking water treatment systems and wastewater treatment systems. The workers plan, test for quality, operate complex equipment to acquire and deliver high quality drinking water or process waste water for return to the environment.

This program will provide the student with an understanding of the regulatory expectations, the science involved in meeting regulatory expectations, the equipment used to process water, and the systems management skills necessary to be a successful employee in the water processing industry. The industries interested in hiring graduates of this program are the public drinking water utilities and the wastewater treatment systems.

AAS Water Quality Management Program Sheet

What can go in my sewer system?

We often get questions regarding materials that can or can't be 'flushed' - here are a few helpful brochures to answer these questions:

SEWER BACKUPS

WHAT CAUSES SEWER LINE BACKUPS?

DON'T FLUSH THESE ITEMS

HOW TO DISPOSE OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE
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