The city Public Works Department has launched an environmental education program to teach residents, businesses and students about the impact of pollution and waste on Culver City.
Multimedia presentations on topics that include reusing natural resources, mitigating storm runoff and preventing environmental damage from household products are available from the department's Environmental Programs and Operations Division (EPO).
Each presentation runs for about 30 minutes and aims to increase the community's awareness about environmental issues facing Culver City and other municipalities. Viewers can also learn how to switch to more environmentally-sustainable practices at home and work.
The EPO staff will conduct the presentations along with consultants paid through a CalRecycle Used Oil block grant.
"By working together, we can help Culver City be a greener place for everyone to enjoy," the city said in a statement.
For more information or to schedule a presentation, call 310-253-6411.