Comments will be accepted May 13 through June 10.
Each year, thousands of gallons of sealcoat are applied to driveways and other asphalt-paved areas in Minnesota.
Join more than 1,400 Minnesotans who track the health of their favorite lake or stream through the Citizen Lake Monitoring Program or the Citizen Stream Monitoring Program.
Cities and developers that need to control urban stormwater to prevent pollution of lakes and streams have a new tool available as of today.
Manure-contaminated runoff not only threatens water quality, it reduces the value of manure as a crop nutrient.
In response to a complaint, MPCA staff inspected the Winger business and found the company allowed polluted discharges from underground tiles to drain from the property into a nearby waterway.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) is seeking comments on a water quality improvement report for Deer Creek, located in Carlton County. Comments are being accepted through April 23, 2013.
The agency will provide a free packet of leak detection tablets to any interested household in Minnesota upon request while supplies last.
The air advisory covers the southern two-thirds of Minnesota, including the Twin Cities metropolitan area and Rochester.
The MPCA will present the final EIS, final comments and responses to those comments at the Citizens’ Board meeting on March 26.
Through Executive Order by Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton, state agencies are required to implement sustainability action plans to reduce pollution and toxics, increase energy efficiency, and conserve resources.
Some of the more innovative engineering projects undertaken in Minnesota in 2012 were set into motion as a result of the MPCA’s environmental initiatives.
Public comments on the TMDL will be accepted through March 27, 2013.
The contaminated site, located in Byron at the intersection of Fourth Street and Byron Avenue, is currently home to the Capri Beauty Salon.