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Blue Fish Campaign: protecting streams, ponds and reservoirs

​About the Blue Fish Campaign

The Blue Fish Campaign raises awareness of potentially polluting substances and their impact on our Island's water environment.

Blue fish logo

Surface water road drains are designed to remove rain water from roofs, footpaths and roads. They must not be used to dispose of litter or waste chemicals like paints, detergents or oils. We identify these drains by putting a blue fish icon next to them.

Fish stencils are available free from the Department of the Environment.

Blue Fish Campaign leaflet
Blue Fish Campaign poster

Get involved


Create a pollution prevention action plan which will enable you to consider and reduce the pollution risks on your site. It will also help you to think about how to reduce, reuse, recycle and dispose of waste appropriately on your site.

Eco active businesses who store or transport potentially polluting substances are required to develop a pollution prevention plan as part of the requirements to join the eco active business network.

Find more information on becoming a member of the eco active business network.

Eco active business guidance on waste
Eco active business pollution prevention guidance


The Blue Fish Campaign is a fun and educational project. It'll provide students with useful information about the Island's water environment and how they can help protect it.

The campaign is part of eco actives work with schools. It's a whole school project that can be used in the water topic within the eco schools programme.

Learn more about the eco schools programme on eco schools UK.​


A curriculum based teacher’s tool has been developed to provide teachers with all the resources they need to incorporate pollution prevention into their lessons.

Draw the water cycle

Design your own blue fish

Pollution prevention plan

Stop and spot

Pond pollution chain

Pond pollution tank

Blue fish quiz

Walking with water: The rainwater journey

Walking with water: The rainwater journey table

Food chain flash cards

Lesson 1: The water cycles

Lesson 2: Water pollution

Lesson 3: Impacts of pollution on food chains

Presentation 1: The water cycle

Presentation 1: Teaching script

Presentation 2: Water pollution

Presentation 2: Teaching script

Presentation 3: Impacts of pollution

Presentation 3: Teaching script

Blue Fish school routes

Beaulieu Blue Fish map

Bel Royal Blue Fish map

dAuvergne Blue Fish map

De La Salle Blue Fish map

FCJ school Blue Fish map

First Tower school Blue Fish map

Grand Vaux school Blue Fish map

Grouville school Blue Fish map

Helvetia school Blue Fish map

Janvrin school Blue Fish map

JCP school Blue Fish map

La Moye school Blue Fish map

Les Landes school Blue Fish map

Mont Nicolle school Blue Fish map

Plat Douet school Blue Fish map

Rouge Bouillon school Blue Fish map

Samares school Blue Fish map

Springfield school Blue Fish map

St Christophers school Blue Fish map

St Clements school Blue Fish map

St Georges school Blue Fish map

St Johns school Blue Fish map

St Lawrence school Blue Fish map

St Lukes school Blue Fish map

St Martins school Blue Fish map

St Marys school Blue Fish map

St Michaels school Blue Fish map

St Peters school Blue Fish map

St Saviours school Blue Fish map

Trinity school Blue Fish map

VCP school Blue Fish map

Tell us what you have done

Tell us what improvements or additions you have made. We'll publish your efforts.

Blue Fish Campaign business feedback form

Blue Fish Campaign schools feedback form​​​​​

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