Wipes, paper towels and other "unflushables" can create a sewer backup in your home. Flush only toilet paper and protect your home, the sewer system, and the environment.
When it comes to deciding what to flush down the toilet, Stick to the three P’s: pee, poo and toilet paper.
Help us protect the watersheds
Although convenient for cleaning surfaces and equipment, pressure washing can send dirty runoff into the storm drain system.
Trash on the ground can pollute our waterways. Here's how you can help.
Learn from KPTV Meteorologist Mark Nelsen in this friendly video reminder from WES, KPTV and our other Clean Water Partners.
Clackamas County has almost 100,000 dogs of all shapes and sizes. The FDA estimates that a dog excretes 0.75 pounds of waste per day. That adds up to nearly 13,000 tons of pet waste in our county per year!
Keeping your lawn free of weeds involves many choices — some are hazardous to our families, pets and waterways.
Heavy rains and fall leaves can cause high water and increase pollutants reaching our streams and rivers.
The following best management practices are recommended to prevent water pollution at apartment complexes and multi-family housing unit.
Additional Outreach and Education Resources
- Erosion Control and Stormwater Management Summit
- Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) Full Certification
- Watershed Health Education Program
- Parting with Pesticides Pledge Program for the Clackamas Watershed
- Got Weeds? Get help from CRISP
- The River Starts Here
- Love Your Lawn without Pesticides
- Moss on Roofs: Pesticide-Free Control
- Weed and Pesticide Information and Tips
- What's Your Lawn Style?
- Clean Water Tips at Home
- Clean Water Tips for Business and Industry