Every town can make streams and lakes cleaner, safer and more fun. Cost-effective solutions can help prevent and fix the leading cause of pollution problems. This 5 – 8 p.m. meeting in Worcester on November 18 will discuss ways to halt damages and heal local waters.
Stormwater from roads, homes and businesses dumps tons of dirt, bacteria and other pollutants into brooks, ponds and reservoirs. Most communities are concerned about the rising costs for stormwater control. Fortunately, there are efficient ways to improve local waters and reduce municipal expenses for water treatment.
This meeting will feature expert speakers on Low Impact Development, stream renewal and stormwater assistance programs. Practical guidance will help to identify the best places to capture and cleanse runoff. Meeting information will also discuss how to remove more pollution for less cost.
The $10 registration fee (free for students) includes meeting materials and refreshments. You can view the meeting agenda and register online at Eventbrite. For more details, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (978) 534-0379.