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Posted on: July 14, 2017

Scoop the Poop and Help the Environment

When picking up after a dog, do the right thing, and help keep the environment clean and safe for everyone.

Throughout Mill Creek, there are 16 pet waste stations where waste bags are available to scoop the poop and put it in the trash. In Snohomish County alone, there are more than 126,000 dogs that produce 20 tons of waste daily. Rain washes pet waste into streams and other surface water, like puddles that kids play in and eventually can end up in Lake Washington.

Remember, pet waste accumulated on private property must be removed at least every 24 hours and it’s illegal to put pet waste down catch basins and storm drains.

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