Report Human-Made Debris in Boundary Waterways

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Help us locate the human-made debris in the Boundary waterways following 2018 flood.

Thank you for telling us about human-made debris left in or near a Boundary waterway following the 2018 floods. We'll update you on our Post 2018 Flood Debris Clean-up Project once it is completed.

The RDKB aims to have all reported human-made debris removed by next spring's high water.

Debris we're planning to remove is anything made by people, such as: metal, car parts, tanks, wire, fence posts with wire, construction material, doors, pipes, PVC, fence posts, etc.

If you've missed participating in this project and want to report human-made debris, please contact our Watershed Planner Kristina Anderson at watershedplanner@rdkb.com

Thank you for telling us about human-made debris left in or near a Boundary waterway following the 2018 floods. We'll update you on our Post 2018 Flood Debris Clean-up Project once it is completed.

The RDKB aims to have all reported human-made debris removed by next spring's high water.

Debris we're planning to remove is anything made by people, such as: metal, car parts, tanks, wire, fence posts with wire, construction material, doors, pipes, PVC, fence posts, etc.

If you've missed participating in this project and want to report human-made debris, please contact our Watershed Planner Kristina Anderson at watershedplanner@rdkb.com or call 250-442-4111 or toll-free 1-800-355-7352.


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Ask us anything you would like to know about this project or how we are going to remove this debris from the Boundary waterways.


Page last updated: 10 December 2019, 10:34