July 16, 2009

Engaging SubSewer Engines for Pollution Prevention Thursdays

Every Thursday on our blog, you can now learn helpful tidbits about what you can do in your home, business and garden to conserve resources and keep pollutants out of the environment. This is part of our SFPUC’s Water Pollution Prevention Program. If you haven’t already, subscribe our blog and you’ll get these weekly tips beamed to your email address.

Here is our first tip for all you sewer cadets:

Put that bug spray down!

Butterflies and ladybugs are beneficial insects that feed on a variety of garden pests. You can attract beneficial insects by growing certain plants in your garden. Try planting plants such as parsley, sunflower, native buckwheat, and/or baby blue eyes. And get ready to share your stories and pictures when these helpful critters start flying in!
See you next week! For more information, visit our website: http://pollutionprevention.sfwater.org/

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