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Avondale is committed to growing a sustainable city for today and tomorrow, but we can’t do it alone. Avondale strives to be a healthy and sustainable city that maximizes benefits for our connected community, environment, and economy. Take part in these programs to show your support. Learn more at www.avondaleaz.gov/sustainability.


AVONDALE, A SUSTAINABLE CITY


CITY OF AVONDALE “PLUGS IN” AND JOINS THE ELECTRIC FLEET REVOLUTION


The City of Avondale recently rolled out a Nissan LEAF Plus and two Chevrolet BOLTS, the first three all-electric cars in its fleet of shared pool vehicles. The electric cars will replace some of the city’s older fuel vehicles that have outlived their lifespan.


i t GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM:


The following Avondale businesses were recently certified through the program and are recognized for their sustainable practices and commitment to the health of the community:


} Batteries Plus } Colados Coffee & Crepes } Scale & Feather Meadery


The City thanks these businesses for:


} REDUCING } REUSING } AND RECYCLING!


For a full list of Certified Green Businesses, or to learn more about the program or


becoming a certified green business, please visit www.avondaleaz.gov/greenbusiness


“These electric vehicles do not use a single drop of gas, which means no tailpipe, no fumes,


and zero emissions released into the environment. The City will continue adding more electric


vehicles to our fleet, phasing out older, less-efficient vehicles that run on fuel,” said Hether Krause, Avondale’s Environmental & Sustainability Program Manager.


Wondering how the air quality will affect your outdoor weekend plans? Want to know whether it’s okay to burn wood in your fireplace or chiminea, use a


leaf blower for landscape cleanup, or operate your off- highway vehicle? Download the Clean Air Make More mobile app today and always have the information right at your fingertips to educate yourself about air quality and understand how to reduce air pollution in Maricopa County.


http://cleanairmakemore.com/tools-downloads/app


PREVENT STORMWATER POLLUTION


Stormwater is the rain that falls refreshing our rivers and waterways.


It is absorbed into the ground, then filters down to


replenish our underground aquifer. As watersheds are urbanized, impervious roads, driveways, and parking lots, impede the absorption of rain. The stormwater that can no longer be absorbed is known as “runoff”.


The best way to reduce stormwater pollution is to stop it at its source. Keep your storm drains clean and free of debris. Pollutants flushed down storm drains directly affects the quality of our waterways and could possibly make them unsafe for boating, fishing, swimming, and other water related activities.


Remember, dumping waste down storm drains is illegal. If you have questions or a complaint, please call Code Enforcement at (623) 333-2701. 28 • RAVE September - December 2019


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