Are you storing leftover pesticides? Clean out leftover
pesticides (such as those containing chlorpyrifos, diazinon or
pyrethroids) and other chemicals by safely disposing of them
local household hazardous waste facility. Also, consider
using a non-toxic or less toxic pesticide alternative.
Learn more by visiting the sites below for fact sheets, a list of
products by target pests, and information on beneficial insects
and where to purchase safer alternatives.
Salinity is the presence of dissolved mineral salts in water.
Elevated salinity in surface water and groundwater is an
increasing problem affecting California’s Central Valley. While
some salt is beneficial, too much salt can degrade water quality,
jeopardize agricultural production and increase the cost of our
water supplies. Stakeholders throughout the Central Valley are
working together to ensure that excess salts do not contaminate
our precious water and soil, but we need your help.
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been detected in
some water resources throughout the country, especially in
groundwater drinking wells near airports, military bases, and
manufacturing sites. Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) and
perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) are two of the more prominently
found PFAS constituents and are no longer manufactured or
imported into the United States; however, there could be some
imported goods containing trace amounts of these substances.
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