Wondering what SPLASH has been up to? Lots! Every year we collaborate on more than ten community events. Perhaps you have seen the SPLASH stormwater table at your community event? Click on the Annual Report to see a summary of the events that we participate in. For upcoming events, please check out the calendar on our home page.
Doo You Scoop the Poop? Doo You Bag It & Trash It?
Every time you help protect Colorado's water!
When pet owners don't Scoop the Poop, millions of pounds of poop can wash into our waterways.
That pollutes our water. And here in Colorado every drop of clean water is important to protect. Pet waste that washes into our waters after a storm adds unwanted excess nutrients (too many nutrients are a bad thing!) that causes lakes to become green and even smelly. Pet waste not disposed of properly can also spread pathogens, disease causing bacteria and viruses, and may make local waters unswimmable and potentially make people sick.
Think ahead and Scoop the Poop! Always carry a plastic bag and dispose of it properly. It is just that easy to protect our water and keep it clean. There are even compact, refillable bag dispensers that you can attach right to your dog’s leash. If you live in any of the jurisdictions of the SPLASH members, click here to request a free dog bag waste container from us. Or look for a SPLASH booth at your next community event.
Will you doo something?
Permittees: Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority (SEMSWA) including Centennial, Inverness WSD, and East Cherry Creek Valley WSD, Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority (ACWWA); Arapahoe County; Englewood; Littleton; Glendale; Greenwood Village; Cherry Hills Village; Columbine Valley; E-470 Authority; Goldsmith Metro District; Cherry Creek State Park and Colorado Department of Transportation.
SPLASH, 7437 S. Fairplay Street, Centennial, CO 80112