Annual biosolids reports due in coming months
Municipal facilities with a design flow rate equal to or greater than 1 million gallons per day, those that serve 10,000 people or more, and other facilities required to report (also known as “Class I sludge management facilities”) need to [...] Read more
See presentations from our recent PFAS webinar
Thank you to our presenters and everyone who attended our PFAS webinar on Sept. 22. The event was co-hosted by MESERB, North East Biosolids & Residuals Association (NEBRA), and water engineering company Hazen & Sawyer. It featured four presentations on [...] Read more
MPCA to host online chloride discussion Oct. 5
Attention Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permittees! On Monday, Oct. 5, from 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m., the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will be hosting an online chloride discussion. This is an opportunity to join other MS4 communities and [...] Read more
Join us for our upcoming webinar: ‘PFAS – Technology, Treatment and Trends’
MESERB, North East Biosolids & Residuals Association (NEBRA), and water engineering company Hazen & Sawyer are coming together to provide MESERB members and other city officials a webinar on a wide variety of PFAS-related issues on Tuesday, September 22 from [...] Read more
Save the dates for upcoming MESERB events
Please mark your calendars for two upcoming MESERB events. More details, including log-in information and the exact times the events will be held, will be available soon.
MESERB Fall Meeting – The MESERB Executive Committee recently met and determined that [...] Read more
Workshops to focus on adaptation strategies to deal with extreme flooding in southern Minnesota
You are invited to participate in BUILDING BLOCKS FOR REGIONAL RESILIENCE SOUTHERN MINNESOTA – a free interactive web-based workshop series starting Wednesday, Aug. 19 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. CST.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Community [...] Read more
2020 Salt Symposium to be live-streamed Aug. 4-5
Fortin Consulting is hosting a two-day live-streamed event covering all sources of chloride pollution on Aug. 4 and 5.
According to host Fortin, “Salt Symposium shapes the chloride conversation, presenting developments in salt use optimization for people and the [...] Read more
MESERB weighs in on proposed environmental regulations
Earlier this month, MESERB submitted formal comments on the site specific standard for specific conductance on the Rock River. The standard arose in response to problems some MESERB member cities, including Luverne, have faced due to outdated limits for salty [...] Read more