The Minnesota Environmental Science and Economic Review Board (MESERB) is a municipal joint powers organization dedicated to the research, study and analysis of water quality issues important to Minnesota communities.

U.S. Treasury releases guidance on use of COVID-19 relief funds for water/sewer infrastructure

by MESERB Communications • May 19, 2021

From the National Association on Clean Water Agencies (NACWA):

On May 10, the U.S. Treasury released initial guidance for the COVID-19 relief funds for state and local governments on May 10. The fund is a $350 billion pot of funding [...] Read more

EPA seeks to add sulfate-impaired waters to impairment list

by MESERB Communications • May 5, 2021

Every three years, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) submits a list of impaired waters to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). A waterbody is considered impaired if a pollutant is found in the water at a level that exceeds [...] Read more

Save the date for the MESERB annual meeting!

by MESERB Communications • April 30, 2021

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the MESERB Executive Committee has decided to make this year’s Annual Meeting a virtual event. Similar to last year, we will hold different portions of the meeting on two different days. The Business Meeting will [...] Read more