Although many brands of disposable wipes are labeled "flushable," don't flush them! Find out why.
Air monitors operated by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency have recorded violations of the state standard for particles in an industrial area of North Minneapolis since 2014. A newly released analysis of 2015 data shows heavy metals in the area also are at levels of concern.
Dr. Judy Crane has turned a complex area of sediment science into a career that transcends time and national borders. Meet the woman behind the mud.
The MPCA seeks to ban “flushable” on labels of disposable wipes to ease costly problems in Minnesota wastewater systems.
New river nutrient water quality standards target phosphorus levels to prevent algal blooms that harm fish and other aquatic life.
Money generated by the Legacy Amendment is helping reduce algae-causing phosphorus in Minnesota waters via grants to improve wastewater treatment.
A new report highlights growing levels of pollutants in groundwater. Three out of four Minnesotans get their drinking water from wells.
The commissioners of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the Department of Health, and the Public Facilities Authority voice their concerns over Minnesota's aging water systems.
Less than 3 years after its launch, the online Minnesota Stormwater Manual has reached 5 million page views.
Find out how you can add your voice to the discussion about Minnesota's Clean Power Plan.
MPCA is offering a $7,500 grant to support a green chemistry and engineering project at a company’s Minnesota facility in the coming summer of 2016.
Above and beyond. MPCA recognizes Central Iron Range Sanitary Sewer District (Chisholm, Minn.) for long-term wastewater treatment improvements.
Applications are open for organizations interested in becoming Minnesota GreenCorps host sites for the 2016-2017 year.
Due to a winter storm warning, tomorrow's public meeting on the Clean Power Plan that was to have taken place in Marshall on Tuesday, February 2 has been rescheduled.