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  • Can my roof downspout drains be connected to the sanitary sewer?
  • Can my sump pump be connected to the city sanitary sewer system?
  • How far am I responsible for of my sewer?
  • I am having some work done on my property and need to locate my home sewer line. Who should I contact?
  • Will the City of Findlay tell me where my downspouts or sump pumps are going to?
  • What is an illicit discharge?
  • If I see somebody causing an illicit discharge who should I call?
  • May I pour material down the street drains in front of my house?
  • My drains are not working properly. What should I do?
  • What is the cause of sewer gas around the house?
  • What is the most common cause of sewer blockages?
  • Are the storm water collection system and the sewer system the same?
  • Are there projects that I can volunteer for to help with storm water pollution clean-up?
  • How can I help to stop storm water pollution?
  • How do you know if sewer water is properly treated before discharge into the river?
  • How much sewage flow can the Water Pollution Control Center treat?
  • I have heard the words point source and non-point source used when talking about storm water, what do they mean?
  • What are some types of storm water pollution? What affect does it have on the Blanchard River & Lake Erie?
  • What are the green paint markings and flags in my yard?
  • What is a catch basin?
  • What is a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4)?
  • What is a Rotary Fee?
  • What is a smoke test?
  • What is impervious surface?
  • What is storm water and why is the City of Findlay being required to regulate its release?
  • What is storm water and why should I care about it?
  • What is the City of Findlay required to do about illicit discharges?
  • Who handles standing water in the roadway?
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