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.

MESERB hosts more than 100 wastewater professionals, city officials for meeting on chloride and other salty parameters

by MESERB Communications • September 28, 2018

Thank you to everyone who attended MESERB’s meeting on “Wastewater Permitting: Solutions to Address Chloride & Other Salty Parameters” in Hutchinson yesterday. It was great to see so many MESERB members and to meet many new wastewater professionals and local [...] Read more

Volunteer cities sought for wastewater optimization project

by MESERB Communications • September 28, 2018

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency received a grant to conduct a pilot project to explore methods for improving processes at wastewater facilities to increase the effectiveness of phosphorus removal without building new plants. Now it is looking for participants for [...] Read more

Wild Rice Sulfate Task Force seeks input

by MESERB Communications • September 19, 2018

There were several legislative attempts last spring to address some of the deficiencies with the wild rice sulfate rule and to create a task force to address these concerns. Gov. Dayton vetoed the legislation that related to the rule, but [...] Read more