Residents Can Protect Water Quality

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Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program

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Did you know that you can help protect Santee's water quality by using water more efficiently and implementing pollution prevention practices at home? By implementing best management practices (BMPs), such as covering trash bins to prevent rain contact and runoff, adjusting sprinklers to eliminate over-irrigation, sweeping patios, driveways, and sidewalks, and picking up after pets, we can all contribute to protecting water quality.

The following fact sheets describe the minimum BMPs that must be implemented while conducting the following activities:

Artificial Grass Maintenance

Fire & Erosion Prevention

Preventing & Responding to Sewage Spills

Automotive Maintenance

Yard & Garden Maintenance

Special Events - Block Parties

Car Washing

Pool & Spa Maintenance

Water Conservation

Carpet Cleaning

Power Washing

What is Storm Water?

Community Activities

Preventing Erosion Poster

Regional Water Quality Control Board*

Demolition & Construction

Residential Activities

Sustainable Landscape Program*

Spill Response

Fire Sprinkler Maintenance 

 

*External Website Link

Need to Dispose Hazardous Materials and Waste?

Hazardous Materials include batteries, common household cleaners, paints, pesticides, vehicle fluids, and pool chemicals. Please DO NOT dispose of these items in your regular trash.

FREE Proper Disposal of Household Hazardous Materials: Santee contracts with a Household Hazardous Waste Collection facility to accept residents’ hazardous waste for FREE. Proof of residency (current driver’s license or utility bill) is required. This facility, Waste Management in El Cajon, is open the second and fourth Saturdays by appointment only. Residents must call Waste Management at (619) 596-5100 for an appointment and directions.