|May 23, 2012|
|7:00 pm||to||9:00 pm|
The Clean Rivers Campaign will hold a workshop:
7:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 23
Fairhaven United Methodist Church
2415 Saw Mill Run Boulevard
Pittsburgh PA 15234
Did you know that:
- Nearly every time it rains in Allegheny County, raw sewage and other pollutants flow into our rivers and streams?
- Fixing this problem will be the largest public works project in our region’s history and that ALCOSAN ratepayers will pay for it?
- Many cities are choosing to solve this problem by catching the rain where it falls with trees, gardens and pavement that lets rainwater soak through?
- These “green” solutions have many other benefits such as increased property values and revitalized business districts?
To find out more about these important water quality issues, please join us at the workshop on May 23.
For more information, contact Tom Hoffman tomhoffman at cleanwater dot org or call (412) 765.3053 x202.