Programs & Services
- List of recyclers who accept old computers and electronics
- Why is computer waste a problem?
- Preventing pollution in home landscaping
- Integrated Pest Management links
- Water efficient landscaping (see below)
- Household Hazardous Waste and Radon Guide
- Household Hazardous Waste links
- What is radon and why is it a problem in your house?
- How to get your house tested and what to do if radon gas is present
- Links to resources for students and teachers
- Grants available to help fund programs in schools
- Water Efficiency at Home (PDF, 95KB)
- Water — Use It Wisely Georgia historically has been considered a water-rich state. However, with a state population expected to nearly double in the next 30 years, our water supplies will face increasing demands. Water conservation is essential if we hope to preserve our water resources for future generations.Those of us who live in this fast-growing state must use water wisely. Everywhere you look, you’ll find another easy way to save water. Turning water off when it’s not needed, fixing leaky faucets and toilets right away, and taking shorter showers are just a few ideas. Visit the Water — Use It Wisely website for more than 100 ways to save water at home. Click here for a brochure (PDF, 2.70MB).
- Managing a Water-wise Landscape (PDF, 1.39MB)
- Proper Planting Results in Healthy, Water-efficient Plants (PDF, 1.24MB)
- Water Saving Tips When Planning a New Landscape (PDF, 1.59MB)
- Xeriscape: Seven Steps to a Water-wise Landscape (PDF, 1.56MB)