Meet the Pollutants aims to teach kids about water pollution. Learn about the damage it does to our waterways and how you can help. Join our Facebook page for regular updates https://www.facebook.com/Meet.the.Pollutants
Feature Pollutant – Muddy
Source: Construction sites, backyards
Muddy, also known as Sediment, is a sludgy mess that really bogs things up. When it escapes construction sites and backyards, it flows down the drain and into our rivers and creeks, where it smothers precious plants and chokes marine animals. To stop Muddy, sweep you driveway instead of hosing it down.
Here’s what you can do: Stop dirt turning to mud. Plant more grass and trees.
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|Posters > for download|
Download these posters for your classroom
|Factsheets > for download|
Learn about the nasty gang of pollutants destroying our waterways
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Order some cool Meet the Pollutants merchandise, stop single use plastic, and help spread the word about waterway pollution. Profits from the sales will help fund our cleanup program.
|Images > for download|
Download these image sets and create your own teaching resources.
These images can be used under a Creative Commons 4.0 License
|Card Games > for kids|
|Information Packs > for schools and potential partners|
Many thanks to Siobhan Skipworth who brought these characters to life. Thanks also to Purnima for the ‘Super Boy and Girl’ illustrations.
Special thanks to those people who have generously donated their time to the campaign including Scott Browning, Thomas Csere, Sarah Francis, Purnima Periwal and Elissa O’Malley
Please get in touch if you would like to know more about the campaign or would like to partner with Water by Design to help spread the word about water pollution
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