• Brownsburg Offers Free Stormwater Education Program

    August 30, 2010 No comments

    Brownsburg residents can learn how to do something good for the environment and save money on their water bills at the Town of Brownsburg’s free stormwater education program.

    Town representatives will discuss stormwater guidelines and requirements
    for meeting Environmental Protection Agency and Indiana Department of
    Environmental Management standards at the session from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, September 14 in the Tech Plan/Review Meeting Room, Town Hall first floor.

    Everyone who attends will be eligible for a chance to win a free rain
    barrel from the Town. Collecting rainwater from a home’s roof helps
    homeowners save both water and money. Using stormwater from downspouts for gardening and lawn care not only keeps pollutants out of our waterways and improves water quality, but it can save up to 40 percent on summer water bills.

    Attendance is free, but space is limited. Interested residents must
    register in advance. Online registration is available on the Town website
    at www.brownsburg.org. Contact Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent
    Kathy Dillon at kdillon@brownsburg.org or 852-1114 for more information.

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