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Power outage causes overflow into Chesterfield creeks

June 20, 2021 | In the News

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. ( -- Several Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District's (MSD) pump stations lost power following Saturday's storms, causing overflows to spill in Chesterfield area creeks.

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MSD working to replace deteriorating manholes after woman falls through one

June 4, 2021 |

“Oh my God,” is what Ronald Jones said in shock when he saw his cousin fall through a manhole.

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New Agreement, Funding Pave Way For Land Trust Focused On North St. Louis Green Spaces

June 1, 2021 |

An ongoing effort to renew and maintain vacant spaces in several north St. Louis neighborhoods just received a big boost, with the St. Louis Development Corp. last week formalizing a…

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New St. Louis community land trust aims to add green space, spur development to fight vacancy

May 28, 2021 |

ST. LOUIS — Peace Park, at the base of the iconic Grand Avenue water tower, has for years been a green refuge for residents of College Hill, a north side…

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Poop to power? New Washington U. research puts wastewater to work, as a source of both water and electricity

May 27, 2021 |

ST. LOUIS — Washington University researchers have developed a filter that treats wastewater and also generates electricity — an advance that could reshape energy use at treatment plants.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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St. Louis residents frustrated with unfilled sinkholes

May 20, 2021 |

ST. LOUIS ( -- After several days of rain, News 4 viewers have reported seeing more sinkholes. One of those sinkholes is located at the intersection of Sidney Street and…

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MSD Project Clear Releases First of its Kind Subterranean Virtual Experience

May 7, 2021 | Alerts

MSD Project Clear has released a first of its kind 3D VR-compatible explorable model of the Maline Creek Storage Tunnel in North St. Louis. The Maline Creek Tunnel Virtual Experience…

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Table of Experts: Diversity in Business

May 7, 2021 |

Shonnah Paredes is a manager of diversity programs for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) and has been spearheading initiatives for diversity and inclusion for more than 20 years.…

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State environmental regulations take a hit in proposed legislation

April 20, 2021 |

Hazardous waste management regulations enforced by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources that are stricter than federal standards would be wiped out by a bill under consideration in the Missouri…

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MSD Project Clear encourages St. Louis residents to ‘Know Your Zone’, protect their homes from flooding

April 12, 2021 | Press Releases

The average flood damage claim for homeowners and renters exceeds $35,000 in damages, residents without insurance in low-risk flood zones receive one-third of disaster assistance for flooding Floods are the…

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