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Local Discounts Program


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Clean Water Works Partner

How can you
become a clean water
partner business?

Wendy Edde
(541) 317-3018



The Clean Water Works campaign is made possible, in part, through partnerships with private and not-for-profit organizations. The campaign is proud to feature the Clean Water Works partners that help make this campaign a reality and offer numerous discounts. If you are interested in becoming a Clean Water Works partner, contact Wendy Edde at (541) 317-3018 or David Buchanan at (541) 693-2176. 

Partner Events and Contests 

Deschutes River Clean-up Day

Mark your calendar - The 22nd Annual Deschutes River Clean-up is taking place Saturday, July 28, 2018.  To learn more about this event, visit Upper Deschutes Watershed Council, Stream Stewardship Day:

Free Household Hazardous Waste Disposal - Knott Landfill

Proper disposal of household hazardous waste can go a long way to protecting our water quality. And its free for residential customers! Open on the 2nd and 4th Fridays and Saturdays of each month.  Common household hazardous waste includes antifreeze, asbestos, batteries, fluorescent lights and paint. Check out the link below for more details.

Deschutes County, Household Hazardous Waste Disposal:


Fire Free - Wildfire Defense Also Protects Our Waters

Deschutes River is polluted by sediments and turbidity, and we all know that wildfire can denude landscapes, making them more susceptible to erosion. Help keep sediments out of our waters and protect your home and loved ones—check out FireFree Days and helpful tips!

Deschutes County, FireFree Days:


For more information on how you can become a Clean Water Works partner, contact Wendy Edde, Stormwater Program Manager at (541) 317-3018. Earth Day 2017

 2017 Earth Day - A great big thank you to the OSU graduate students who volunteered to apply storm drain markers with our pollution prevention message on Earth Day!  Their efforts helped kick off our Clean Water Works Partners 2017 program, promoting businesses, non-profits, and volunteers who have pledged to actively protect our waters. Link to discount card below.

Stream Stewardship Day 2015

Stream Stewardship Day 2015