The PTRC is monitoring COVID-19 and incorporating operational modifications as needed to protect the citizens we serve, our members, our partners, and our staff.  Our office will re-open on Monday, May 18th to staff, however, the office is still closed to visitors without a prior appointment.   Where applicable, meetings will continue to be held via teleconference. Staff will be available via phone and email. More

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When rain falls on hard surfaces like roads, parking lots, and roofs, it creates stormwater runoff. As it travels, runoff picks up pollutants like pet waste, yard clippings (and any pesticides or fertilizers in the clippings), motor oil, and exposed dirt. Once that polluted water goes down a storm drain, it flows directly to the nearest creek or stream, harming wildlife and water quality. But there are things we can all do to help right from our own backyards! Leads the way, be STORMWATER SMART!


Our Spring Media Spotlight: Litter and Trash in Your Community

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Our Spring Media Spotlight is made possible by our media members: City of Archdale, City of Burlington, Forsyth County, City of Greensboro, Guilford County, Town of Jamestown, Town of Kernersville, City of Mebane, City of Randleman, Randolph County, City of Trinity, City of Winston Salem.

North Carolina’s statewide anti-contamination campaign, Recycle Right NC, launched on September 9, 2019. By participating in Recycle Right NC, you can learn which items should and should not be placed in your recycling bin.  To learn more go to:


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