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Good Neighbor Guides

Good Neighbor Guide: Power Leaf Blowing

Good Neighbor Guide: Pool Maintenance


Eco-Friendly Business Toolkit: Disposal Guide
Help prevent pollutants from reaching our waterways by complying to these best practices.

Best Management Practices for Landscaping Companies
Did you know that storm drains are NOT connected to sanitary sewer systems or treatment plants? In Pinellas County, storm drains flow directly into our creeks, lakes, Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico without treatment.

Guide for Homeowners Preventing Runoff Pollution
Learn what you can do to help keep our waters clean. From pool maintenance and landscaping to vehicle washing and household hazardous waste.


Hey, It’s Our Water, Too
A fun, educational video from high schoolers’ perspectives that looks into the many activities they do on the water and why it is important to keep the water clean.

On the Lookout for Illegal Discharges 
Keeping an eye out for discharges into our streams, lakes, canals or bays of chemicals, trash or other illegal discharges helps to keep our waterways healthy. This video covers what to look for and who to report a discharge to.

Preserving Our Waterways 
An educational video that looks at practices we do in our everyday lives that affect water quality of our streams, lakes, canals and bays.  It explores how with simple changes to our practices, we can have a positive impact on water quality.

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St. Petersburg, FL 33731

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