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Currents is the bimonthly customer newsletter issued in billing cycles. It details programs that BWSC offers, as well as information on projects, conservation efforts, etc. and the monthly Neighborhood Site Visit locations and times. Below are recent issues in PDF format.

Issue Articles
Sep/Oct 2015
  • Remove Leaves and Debris from Catch Basins
  • Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Days
  • Leaf and Yard Waste Collection Continues
  • Neighborhood Site Locations
Jul/Aug 2015
  • Proper Use of Fertilizers and Pesticides
  • Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Days
  • Check Car for Leaks
  • Report Open Fire Hydrants
  • Water Conservation Kits
  • Neighborhood Site Locations & Schedule
May/June 2015
  • Improve Water Quality: Scoop The Poop
  • Tips for Disposing of Pet Waste
  • Household Hazardous Waste
  • Motor Oil & Paint Drop Off Days
  • Neighborhood Site Locations
Jan/Feb 2015
  • Prevent Frozen Pipes
  • New Rates
  • Help Clear Snow After a Storm Neighborhood Site Locations
Nov/Dec 2014
  • BWSC Launches New Public Education Campaign
  • Stormwater Pollution Facts
  • Protect Your Pipes: Holiday Cooking Tips
  • Neighborhood Site Locations
Sep/Oct 2014
  • Automotive Fluids Can Pollute Local Waterways
  • Hazardous Waste Drop-off Days
  • Fall Yard Waste Collection
  • Neighborhood Site Locations
Jul/Aug 2014
  • Keep Wipes Out of Pipes
  • BWSC Wins National Tap Water Taste Test
  • Conservation Kits
  • Report Open Hydrants
  • Neighborhood Site Locations & Schedule
May/Jun 2014
  • Prevent Pollution: Properly Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste
  • Don't Dump into Catch Basins
  • Used Motor Oil Drop-Off Days and Paint Swap Shop
  • BWSC Customer Service and Collections Hours of Operation
Mar/Apr 2014
  • Protect Against Residential Cross-Connection and Backflow
  • Do's and Doníts of Backflow Prevention
  • How to Report SSOs
Jan/Feb 2014
  • Prevent Frozen Pipes
  • 2014 Water and Sewer Rates
  • Cleanup After a Storm