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…Learn about Creek-Friendly Car Washing?

Water from washing cars not only contains dirt and soap, but also oil, grease, and metals such as copper, nickel, and zinc. These materials can be toxic to fish, birds, and other wildlife that live in local creeks and in San Francisco Bay .

When you wash your car on your driveway or street, the wash water flows into storm drains and goes straight to local creeks and the Bay without any treatment.

Keep car wash pollution out of local creeks and the Bay; check out the Clean Cars Clean Creeks Brochure to learn how.

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