Education & Public Awareness Material Request Form
The Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District, through the My Drop Counts Campaign and Clean Water Campaign, has a variety of education materials that are available free of charge for use by local governments and utilities in the 15-county region. Local governments are encouraged to distribute these materials to help meet the education requirements of the District’s Water Resource Management Plan and the public education requirements of their Phase I or Phase II NPDES MS4 Stormwater Permits.

This form lists all of the available materials. Some of these materials are currently in stock, and some of the materials will need to be printed. Depending on the demand, we can generally offer up to 500 copies of each brochure to each local government. We also have artwork available for any local governments that need to print large quantities.
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  • WATER QUALITY & POLLUTION PREVENTION MATERIALS

  • Stormwater pollution and prevention brochure for residents
  • Pollution prevention related to chemicals found in and around the home
  • Pollution prevention for the residential yard
  • Pollution prevention tips for home auto repair and maintenance
  • Pollution prevention tips for home auto repair and maintenance (in Spanish)
  • Pet waste pollution prevention tips
  • Food service pollution prevention tips
  • Septic system pollution prevention and maintenance tips
  • Septic system pollution prevention and maintenance tips
  • Septic system pollution prevention and maintenance tips
  • Pollution prevention for residential pool and spa
  • Food Service focused "Fats, Oils & Grease" pollution prevention
  • Residential "Fats, Oils & Grease" pollution prevention
  • WATER CONSERVATION MATERIALS

  • Water conservation tips for inside and around the house
  • Water conservation tips for indoor and outdoor. front and back half-page.
  • Step by step guide to creating a waterwise residential landscape
  • Water conservation tips for household outdoor watering
  • Maintenance guide for household irrigation systems
  • Step by step guide to assessing household water efficiency
  • For restaurants in your community looking to conserve water by providing glasses of water to customers only upon request.
  • Roll of stickers with My Drop Counts Messaging
  • Tent card with base, includes water conservation tips. Provide this tent card to restaurants who want to save water by serving water only upon request.
  • Tent card without base, includes water conservation tips. Provide this tent card to restaurants who want to save water by serving water only upon request.
  • Business card-sized tent card without base, and without water conservation tips. Provide this tent card to restaurants who want to save water by serving water only upon request.
  • PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Mr. Rain Drop Water Drop Journey - 30 second video
  • My Drop Counts Water Conservation - 30 second videos
  • These video PSAs provide an overview of the impact of fats, oils and grease and how to prevent pollution caused by FOG.
  • These video PSAs focus on the pet waste pollution prevention.
  • These video PSAs address the impact of leaves and yard debris on water quality and how to prevent pollution caused by leaves and yard debris.
  • These video PSAs address the issue of improperly disposing of yard waste, hazardous household materials and other pollutants in the storm drain. Only rain in the drain!
  • These video PSAs encourage residents to save water inside and outside their homes.
  • TV SLIDES

    Static TV slides for flat screen TVs in buildings or graphics for web sites. All TV Slides will be sent via email or DVD
  • "Everything that enters a storm drain or drainage ditch ends up in a river, lake or stream."
  • "If you think picking up dog poop is unpleasant, try swimming in it."
  • "Bag or compost leaves and yard debris."
  • "This is what grease does to your home's pipes."
  • "Wipes Clog Pipes!"
  • "No butts about it.... this is water pollution"
  • "Water is Too Precious to Waste"
  • Information on the Regional Toilet Rebate Program.
  • Avoid watering during the hottest part of the day. Only water outdoor plants before 10 am and after 4 pm
  • Sea Lion in Shower
  • Apartment complex overflowing with water
  • House overflowing with water
  • Lawn watered so much a freighter can float on it
  • Water bottles replacing the lawn to represent amount of water used to water
  • General Metro Water District Material

  • Use this brochure to help recruit your local citizens to be members of our Basin Advisory Council. Great during Plan update!
  • Art and Vendor Info for Educational Giveaways

    The Metro Water District gives away promotional items to support the messaging of water conservation and stormwater pollution prevention. While we cannot provide individual items, we are happy to share the artwork and vendor information for the following so that you to make individual orders for events.
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