With over 4 million vehicles in southeast Michigan, we all need to practice good car care to protect our lakes and streams.
Find environment tips for businesses in Sterling Heights who are looking to be environmentally conscious and help the City be proactive in protecting the environment for future use.
While fertilizer is good for our lawn, it’s bad for our water. Fertilizer that enters our lakes and streams can cause algae to grow and use up oxygen that fish need to survive. So what can you do to help?
Access documents to help start green initiatives in your community or business place.
Most people don’t realize that small repairs can make a big difference in how comfortable their home feels.
Any oil, pet waste, leaves, or dirty water from washing your car that enters a storm drain gets into our lakes and rivers without being treated.