Everyday New Jersey's eight million residents tap a finite resource-water. The Clean Water Book helps citizens and students of all ages to determine how to reduce water pollution and water usage.
This book helps the reader to understand the water cycle, storm water systems and how to protect the state's shores, lakes, rivers and shorelines
This publication provides examples for what citizens can do to protect water quality at home, work or at school. It also provides an understanding of underground storage tanks, septic systems and household hazardous waste, along with lawn and garden care, car care and recreational boating.
The guide provides comprehensive content that can be incorporated into existing water-related units and lessons
General public, organizations, educators, students of all ages
Division of Watershed Management
NJDEP, PO Box 418
Trenton NJ 08625-0418
The Clean Water Book