What you can do: Call your water-system authority to figure out your H20 supply’s perchlorate levels, especially if you live near a military defense contractor or discharge site. Consider installing a reverse-osmosis filter.
What you can do: Use your lawn to trap rainwater, save money, and produce cleaner water.
What you can do: Instead of buying your meat from supermarkets, buy directly from small, local farmers who use sustainable practices.
What you can do: If you suspect illegal pollution in your area, grab your camera; contact the EPA’s pollution hotline and your local environmental watchdog group.
What you can do: Don’t toss your unused meds down the drain; use unscented personal-care products.
What you can do: Get your well water tested regularly to check for contaminants, then choose the proper filtration system.
What you can do: Check to see if your water is contaminated; buy a filter to remove perchlorate from your water supply.
What you can do: Convert your lawn into a rainwater sponge; join with friends to enjoy and protect a local “blue” trail.
What you can do: Get your well water tested annually and install appropriate filters.
What you can do: Get rid of medicine in a responsible way, and take a shower after swimming in rivers or lakes.