Cold temperatures are on their way. Don't let your septic system freeze. Here are some simple tips that can help you avoid costly problems with your septic system.
The MPCA has selected 10 watersheds for longer-term federal funding, starting in 2020. The selections are part of the transition in the federal Clean Water Act Section 319 program to more reliable funding focused on small watersheds.
This holiday season, prevent costly sewer clogs by keeping grease out of sinks. And while you’re at it, stop flushing "disposable" wipes down the toilet.
Thanksgiving is next Thursday and that means family, friends and lots of food. Here are some tips for reducing the amount of food you waste.
November 16 is the deadline to apply for a grant to replace old, dirty diesel engines with new, far-cleaner engines.
Colder than normal temperatures have many of us shifting into winter mode. Here's a reminder that you don't need to warm-up your car engine.
As John Weiss puts his Secchi tube away for the season, he reflects on the trends he's seeing in water clarity as a citizen stream monitor on the Zumbro River.
Here are some smashing good ways to dispose of your jack-o-lanterns without tossing them into the garbage.
Minnesota municipal wastewater operators have been forced to find solutions to the damage caused by "flushable” wipes that bind up pumps, and coagulate fats, oils, and grease into fatbergs.
Moving the William A. Irvin literally cleared the way for some big cleanup work in Duluth's harbor this fall.
MPCA recognizes the success of Connect Ecology and remooble at the 2018 MN Cup competition.
Parts of Minnesota have been hit with heavy rains — learn what you can do to protect businesses, homes and families from environmental problems caused by flooding.
Do you wonder why people choose to drive electric vehicles? Here are some things to know about this new technology.
Good news. The MPCA recently terminated Minnesota’s last remaining combined sewer overflow permit. Find out why we are celebrating.