Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes the MnTAP Internship Program for helping industry better manage wastewater.
In 2015, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency came up with a variety of creative approaches to the state’s environmental challenges.
As world leaders hammered out a plan in Paris to limit climate change and its consequences, our state was already feeling the effects of global warming.
Check out the MPCA’s vision, strategies, and initial implementation plans for integrating environmental justice into its work.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes Xcel Energy and Minnesota Power for working diligently at reducing mercury emissions.
Grede Foundry in St. Cloud expands with help from Minnesota Business First Stop to navigate the permitting process.
Valley Craft in Lake City received a $100,000 VOC-reduction grant to convert its powder-coating paint system. The company expects to cut VOCs by more than 3 tons per year.
The MPCA's Barb McCarthy needed to have her septic system inspected before her house could be sold. Find out how the soil where Barb lives determined what was needed to meet current septic system standards.
John Linc Stine, Commissioner of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, talks about new water quality standards designed to protect rivers choking with algae.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes Holiday Station Stores for extra efforts to control gasoline vapors
The EPA has released its revised federal ozone standard. How will Minnesota be affected?
Jeff Stuhr of the MPCA takes water quality seriously. He leads his church's Creation Care committee. His video shows just how the church works to protect water quality.
Thanks to a grant that provided new engines, the Twin Cities now has a “green” towboat.
Frost is in the forecast. Here are some tips to help you prepare for colder weather.