The William A. Irvin was moved as part of a Lake Superior slip cleanup project in Duluth, Minn., overnight on Sept. 21-22, 2018. It will return in Spring 2019. Check out this video.
Full-scale emergency response exercises help government and partners build relationships and practice emergency response plans to protect public health and the environment.
MPCA is seeking wastewater treatment facilities for a pilot project on ways to optimize practices to meet more restrictive phosphorus limits.
The MPCA recognizes the city of Mora for investing in wastewater infrastructure and thank its wastewater staff for their efforts.
The MPCA is offering grants to encourage owners of older equipment to replace old, dirty diesel engines with new, far-cleaner engines.
When was the last time you had your septic tank pumped? Here's a reminder since it's SepticSmart Week. Regular maintenance can save you a lot of trouble and money.
Do you wonder why people choose to drive electric vehicles? Here are some things to know about this new technology.
$20 million in zero-interest loans is available to cities and other government entities to address non-point source pollution through the Clean Water Partnership program.
MPCA's Jim Ziegler likes sunny days — especially now after he had a large solar array installed at his home. It can generate 2x as much as the average home in Minnesota uses in a day.
This Minneapolis business replaced a paper receipt system with a paperless point-of-sale setup, preventing unnecessary exposure to a chemical that can have negative health effects.
At the MPCA, we take our work seriously. Some of us even take our passion for reducing waste and reuse to the State Fair. Check out our blue-ribbon prize-winning staff attorney.
Redeveloping brownfields—environmentally impacted and underused properties—is a win for Minnesota's environment, economy, and communities.
The city of Morgan in Redwood County is undertaking a $20.5 million project to replace its aging mechanical plant for a pond system.
Does it seems like the number of alerts due to wildfires has increased in the past few years? We’ve had 26 air-quality alerts since 2015—14 of those were due to wildfire smoke. That’s twice the number of smoke-related alerts in the previous 7 years.
Did you know rain gardens help prevent rainwater runoff? That means less pollutants flowing directly into nearby streams and ponds. The latest #OurMN video features what Minnesota GreenCorps is doing in Winona County!