To report a clogged storm drain please call 1(888) CLEAN LA or Click here to contact your Stormwater Coordinator.
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Car Care Tips More than 50% of the automotive oil sold to Do-It-Yourself oil changers is not recycled. There are more than 650 State-certified used oil collection centers within the County of Los Angeles. You can keep your car running smoothly and efficiently, and at the same time help prevent stormwater pollution by following these easy steps.
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Dog Owner Tips More than 62,000 dog owners walk their dogs each month and leave disease-causing animal waste laying on the ground. Dog waste washes from the ground and streets into the storm drains, and flows straight to the ocean untreated. It may be biodegradable, but its sure not healthy! Click here to find out what dog owners can do to help solve the stormwater pollution problem.
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Gardening Tips Residential yard waste represents about 13 percent of the total waste generated in the County of Los Angeles. This can cause fertilizers and pesticides on grass and plants to flow into storm drains and to the ocean, harming the environment and upsetting the natural balance of plants and animals. You can keep your lawn and garden green and, at the same time, solve the pollution problem by taking these easy steps.
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Painting Tips More than 197,000 times each month, County of Los Angeles residents wash their dirty paintbrushes under an outdoor faucet. This dirty rinse water flows into the street, down the storm drain and to the ocean, untreated. Please handle all paints and solvents carefully by taking these easy steps.
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Pesticide Tips More than 200,000 times each month, County residents spray their lawns and gardens with pesticides. Overwatering or rain causes pesticides on leaves and grass to flow into the storm drain and to the ocean harming the environment and upsetting the natural balance of plants and animals. You can keep your lawn and garden green and at the same time solve the pollution problem by taking these easy steps.
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Prevent Stormwater Pollution Tips - Follow these simple steps to prevent stormwater pollution, click here.
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Pool Care Tips Pool chemicals can harm our natural creeks and waterways. Anything going into our storm drains that isn't rainwater contributes to stormwater pollution. Follow these easy steps for tips on properpool maintenance.
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Recycling Tips You can help keep your community clean, protect our area waterways and make the beaches safe for ocean swimmers by putting recyclable plastic, glass and metal where they belong in a recycling container for pick-up or dropping them off at a recycling center. Click here for more information on recycling.