Listed below are digital copies of brochures detailing the most popular and simplest ways you can help keep our environment clean.
- How to Protect Your Local Watershed
- Homeowner's Guide to Protecting Our Water
- Homebuilder's Guide to Protecting Our Water
- Pet Owner's Guide to Protecting Our Water
- Homeowner's Guide to Recycling & Reuse
- How to Recycle Electronics
- Food Service Guide to Waste Disposal
These brochures and many more are all available at the Stormwater office located at the Public Works Spring Lake Complex. They are free to the public. If you desire multiple hard copies of a brochure please call ahead at (918) 246-2589 to ensure they are available.
There are many organizations with information on environmental awareness. Below are local and state organizations The City of Sand Springs partners with to help in our mission to prevent water pollution and promote environmental stewardship.
Metropolitan Environmental Trust- Provides recycling options, events and education to Tulsa area municipalities. https://metrecycle.com/
Green Country Stormwater Alliance- Organization that provides support and educational materials for Green Country municipalities on stormwater pollution prevention. http://www.stormwaterok.net/
Tulsa County Conservation District- TCCD helps conserve, protect, restore and improved Tulsa County’s natural resources. The Yard by Yard program encourages citizens to create habitat for pollinators and other wildlife by eliminating chemical use and planting of native plants as food for wildlife. http://tulsaccd.org/yard-by-yard-community-resiliency-project/
Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality- Is the state agency that ensures municipalities protect the environment through the issuance of state permits. https://www.deq.ok.gov/
Sand Springs Recycling at The M.E.T
Sand Springs Residents living within the City Limits of San Springs can get vouchers for recycling household chemicals to the Tulsa household pollutant collection facility. Just call 918-584-0584 to request a voucher. You will need a valid drivers license and your current Sand Springs Solid Waste utility bill.
For information on the Metropolitan Environmental Trust (The M.E.T) local collection events in the Tulsa Metro Area please see the this link https://metrecycle.com/upcoming-events/