Take part in the citizen science survey and help to discover fantastic clean water habitats, great for wildlife, across Surrey.
1st – 30th April 2017
This spring take part in the Surrey Water Blitz and help to build up a map of water quality across the county! Volunteers can actively participant in current scientific research by using quick and simple kits to measure the levels of two widespread pollutants, nitrate and phosphate, in Surrey’s many ponds, ditches and stream.
Surrey is an area where we have little information on the water quality of its freshwater landscape (see map below). Yet it’s freshwater habitats, from the biggest lakes to the tiniest trickles, pools and springs, are home to a vast array of plants and animals. It only takes a little pollution to cause the loss of much of this wildlife. With increasing pressures on the freshwater landscape, it is now more important than ever to find the clean water places, those that are free of pollution.
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- or fill in the online request form at the bottom of the page
- visit the ‘Undertaking a Clean Water Survey‘ page for more information
Clean Water Kit Request Form