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What You Can Do

A collection of Water sites with information to raise public awareness and encourage involvement in water quality issues.


About Water



These sites focus on water as entities (lakes, rivers, groundwater, oceans).

Water Topics



These sites are organized by water and other environmental topics. Check for topics of interest.

Things You Can Do



These sites provide information that individuals can use at home and work to protect the environment and themselves.

Geographic Information



These sites provide geographic related information. There are several geographic levels of information available, such as state, county, and metropolitan area.

Human Health Concerns



These sites contain information that relates to human health protection and preventive care.

Pollution Prevention



These sites provide pollution prevention and clean-up information. They are aimed toward community action.

Education



Links to sites for educators or educational information for adults. This page includes sites that plainly describe environmental concepts such as ozone or acid rain. See the Office of Water Kids' Page for learning opportunities for kids of all ages.

Success Stories and Case Studies



These sites contain examples of successful environmental projects. They are aimed toward community action.

Good Things to Know



A catchall for sites that contain beneficial information but do not lend themselves to categories.

    
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Environmental Emergencies
Whom to notify and how to be
prepared in case of an
environmental emergency.
To report oil and chemical
spills, call the National
Response Center at
1-800-424-8802.

EPA Concerned Citizens
Additional information for
concerned citizens.

 

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