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Farmers Market & Food Trucks

Preventing pollution is an important part of doing business at any farmer’s market, special event, or food truck location. Help protect clean water this season and make the most of your time outdoors with two webinars from the Washington Stormwater Center.

Learn best practices for proper handling of fat, oils, and grease, material handling, disposing of sanitation chemicals, and post-event cleanup. We have a team of pollution prevention specialists to answer all your sticky questions!


*Photo credit: City of Vancouver

Western WA Contact:

Bryana Solis, City of Puyallup, 253-770-3364

Nikki Guillot, City of Vancouver Water Resource Protection, 360-487-7187

Eastern WA Contact:

Vikki Barthels, Spokane Regional Health District, 509-324-1475

Pollution Prevention: Farmers Markets/Special Events

The return of events means fun food, handmade treasures, fresh-cut flowers, and unfortunately, lots of clean-up. Make sure your booth doesn’t become a source of pollution. The Washington Stormwater Center is bringing you an exciting webinar on how to prevent pollution from your booth! Learn tips and tricks for material handling, post-event clean-up, and many other challenges your event booth faces. 

Pollution Prevention: Food Trucks/Mobile Vendors

The Washington Stormwater Center is bringing you an in-depth webinar on how to prevent pollution from your food truck. Learn best practices on proper handling of fats, oils, and grease, how to clean up a spill, or where to dump your mop water or sanitizing bucket. Get all your sticky questions answered by a team of Pollution Prevention Specialists from across the state.