b'Car Care ProductsOur vehicles require a lot of toxic chemicals to run and to be maintained; nontoxic alternatives are far in the future. Never dispose of these substances yourself. When these fl uids are poured on the ground or down storm drains they fl ow directly into our waters. When put into the trash, they can contaminateTastes groundwater. The archaic practice of applying oil to dirt roads for dust controlodd!results in over 90% One gallon of oil can render of the oil being undrinkable up to a million carried offthe road gallons of drinking water. Theengine can Welloil from oneproducesurface into the an eight acre oil slick.environment on dust particles and rain-water runoff . AquiferKeep your car and other motorized equipment in good running order.Use Fix leaks promptlyWhen washingSpecial Care or servicing your car, park on grassWith:or gravel. Use soap and water ratherOther Car antifreezethan detergents, and use a bucketCare Products battery acidor pistol-grip nozzle to minimizebrake fl uidrunoffinto storm drains. Treat antifreeze as hazardous waste.degreasers It contains ethylene glycol, whichengine cleanersis poisonous to wildlife and people. gasoline and dieselDisposalMany cats and dogs have died afterliquid car waxdrinking the sweet-tasting puddlesmotor oilStore your car care products - separately,of antifreeze left on driveways. Buyradiator fl ushesnot mixed - in sturdy, lidded containers, outan ecologically responsible brandrust preventativesof the reach of children. Dispose of them at afor your car and boat.Winterize hazardous waste collection. Return used car batteries to theyour plumbing with plumbers Chatham Transfer Station. Waste oil can be disposed of atantifreeze.It is made with propylene glycol and is non-toxic the Chatham Transfer Station. Call the State EPA motorto your septic system. oil info line for more information.Page 32 bluepages.indd 32 8/26/2009 1:51:08 PM'