WASTEWATER WORD PUZZLE
Can you help Dr. Diablo find all the wastewater resource recovery words in this puzzle? There are eleven.
WASTEWATER WORD VIDEO
Check out this video about the journey about how our water is recycled.
KIDS - LEARN HOW TO KEEP YOUR ENVIRONMENT CLEAN!
Attention: Antioch, Pittsburg, and Bay Point 5th Graders - ask your teachers to telephone Darrell Cain at 925.756.1915 to schedule a tour of your wastewater treatment plant. See what happens after you flush your toilet!
Or have your teacher telephone Angela Lowrey at 925.756.1945 to learn more about Delta Discovery Voyages aboard the Marine Science Institute's Research Vessel, Robert G. Brownlee.
Wipes Clog Pipes
Kudos to Central Contra Costa Sanitary District for creating a great new video to engage kids about the importance of what not to flush down the toilet: Hey Kids! Did you know that clogged toilets can cause icky sewage overflows? One of the main causes for clogged pipes is so-called "flushable" wipes. These wipes are meant for the trash can, not the toilet! So please, remember, if it's not pee, poop, or toilet paper, don't flush it!
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency offers a range of games that will help youth learn about the environment and have some fun at the same time.
Click here for environmental fun and games
USGS WATER CYCLE DIAGRAM (In 60 Languages)
Did you know our Earth's water is always in movement? The natural water cycle is also known as the hydrologic cycle which wastewater resource recovery is an important part of. We encourage you to check out the United States Geological Society's Earth's website for information about how the continuous movement of water on, above, and below the surface of the Earth helps our very existence. As a "cycle," there is no beginning or end. Water can change states among liquid, vapor, and ice at various places in the water cycle, with these processes happening in the blink of any eye and over millions of years.
Click here for USGS Water Cycle Diagram in 60 languages
WATER - USE IT WISELY
Click here for multiple environmental education and student activity links about water
More efficient water use begins with each of us in our homes, schools, workplaces, and public spaces. Using less water enables us to conserve fuel and reduce the pollution generated by burning fuel and treating water with chemicals. Taking these and other steps - and encouraging others to do so - makes good economic, as well as environmental sense.
Click here for water saving tips