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Washing your car at home conserves water and is healthier for the environment than using a commercial carwash.

  • True
  • False
  • Conserves water but is not healthier for the environment
  • Healthier for the environment but does not conserve water

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Permeable paving stones
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The Homeowners' Guide to Rainfall is your portal to understanding urban stormwater. The Guide includes a stormwater primer, practical tools for residential stormwater management and helpful resources.

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Make the Connection 
5 Things You Can Do
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News, Alerts and Media


Landscaper Training on Stormwater

Water protection NGO and green landscaper partner to hold workshop - Stormwater Management Basics for Landscapers - Workshop, November 3 at 1:30pm  in Toronto <...
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Thirsty City Walk & Workshop Event on Saturday, September 26th

Thirsty City Walks & Workshops presents:

"Water and Energy - exploring the connection in Toronto's landscape” - a walk & workshop investig...
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Greenest City launches a new rain harvesting system

RiverSides is happy to support our friends at Greenest City as they celebrate the launch of their rainwater harvesting ...
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5 THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR RIVER WORKSHOPS

June12, 2008 - On June 17, RiverSides launched a new series of workshops titled “5 Things You Can Do For Your River” to raise public awareness on urban stormwater issues. They will be ...
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Press Release: Toronto's Voluntary Downspout Disconnection Program ends today

Toronto - November 21, 2007 - The City’s Voluntary Downspout Disconnection Program ends today, as City Council ado...
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Mandatory Downspout Disconnections for Toronto Homeowners

On October 31 this year, the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee approved a staff report (PDF)  recommending mandatory downspout disconnetion for homeowners in Toronto. All downspouts a...
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Clean Water Act, 2006, Declared In Force

On July 3, 2007, the Clean Water Act 2006 was declared in force along with the first six regulations: Service of Documents, Source Protection Areas and Regions, Time Limits, Miscellaneous, Terms o...
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