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  • Recycling to be required in commercial buildings

    Recycling to be required in commercial buildings

    In 2014, the Minnesota Legislature expanded recycling requirements to commercial buildings.

  • Finding and fixing septic systems

    Finding and fixing septic systems

    Minnesota has more than 500,000 septic systems. Fixing or replacing outdated systems is important to protect our health and the purity of our groundwater, lakes, and streams.

  • Sewer Squad flush with awards

    Sewer Squad flush with awards

    Since 2002, the Sewer Squad has worked with small communities to address the need for sewage treatment, keeping millions of gallons of raw sewage out of the rivers and streams of southeast Minnesota.

  • A new approach to improving air in Minneapolis

    A new approach to improving air in Minneapolis

    Instead of considering emissions from facilities individually, this pilot program in Minneapolis takes a collaborative approach to improving air quality.

  • Helping fish reconnect to old spawning grounds

    Helping fish reconnect to old spawning grounds

    Most people know that spawning salmon migrate. Did you know something similar happens in rivers in Minnesota? Find out what is preventing fish from reaching good spawning habitat.

  • Investigating chemical vapors in Como neighborhood of Minneapolis

    TCE soil vapor in the Como neighborhood of Minneapolis

    More than 200 residents in the Como neighborhood of Minneapolis were alerted to an investigation of potentially harmful trichloroethylene (TCE) vapor that may be intruding into homes.

  • Ebola information available from Minnesota Department of Health

    Ebola information available from Minnesota Department of Health

    MDH has an Ebola information line and an Ebola section on its website.

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