Public education and awareness are considered critical tools for achieving changes in behavior necessary for storm water pollution reductions and minimizing the contaminants in storm water runoff. The JTF is taking a positive, community-oriented approach to education and outreach. The public education component of the program includes and/or will include the following activities and/or programs: Speakers Bureau, Community Events and Outreach, City and County Employee Training, and School Education.
July 30th, 2016
Learn about Household Hazardous Waste at the Baytown Better Homes Expo!
Baytown Community Center
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
2407 Market Street, 77520
Click HERE to view the Event Flyer.
Visit the Harris County Watershed Protection Groups Household Hazardous Waste Outreach Booth at the Baytown Better Homes Expo!
The Group's Booth will be at the show to explain how to properly dispose of household hazardous waste and where you can take these items. You'll be able to take home some great tips, suggestions and easy reading material that virtually any resident can put into practice.
Rain Gardens "A Hands-On Workshop - Managing Stormwater Where It Falls"
Partnerships with Other City/County Departments and Agencies are being developed with local businesses, schools, neighborhood associations and professional organizations to assist in educating the public on storm water pollution prevention. For more information or to schedule an event, contact us at 713-685-7355.
Learn which pollutants and common residential activities contribute contaminants into the water drainage system.
Do you want to help protect the environment? Participate in a SWIM project in your area.
The natural water cycle is affected by urban development.
Want to learn about how you can cut back on Household Hazardous Waste?