Community Scorecard

May 12, 2007 at 10:33 pm 1 comment

If you live in the United States Scorecard provides a searchable database for Clean Water Act and watershed issues in your area. Enter your zipcode and find out the status of water in your area. According to the site the state I live in is in the second lowest 20% of states when it comes to clean water levels. Sounds pretty good. But my county has pollution levels higher than the national average, and has the second highest levels in the state! Now that I know my community’s status the site has a discussion board and links to contact the EPA about my concerns. Check out your community report card. You might be surprised at the results!

Scorecard will also give you reports on many other local sources of pollution.


Entry filed under: politics, pollution, science, solutions, United States, water.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. login  |  May 20, 2009 at 6:44 am

    In Zeiten von massenhaft Websitenmüll im Internet eine sehr gut aufgebaute Website, nicht überdimensioniertes Design und sehr gut recher-schierte Hintergrundinformationen.


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