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Extreme heat plagues St. Louis’ first responders, outdoor workers

July 26, 2023 | In the News

Extreme heat plagues St. Louis' first responders, outdoor workers Under the blanket of the blistering heat, Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) employees worked in south St. Louis.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Historic flooding remembered 1 year later

July 25, 2023 | In the News

Historic flooding remembered 1 year later The flood water swamped highways, streets and parking lots, leading to water rescues and hundreds of damaged cars. In University City, more than…

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Chemicals from Missouri lawns, farms add to Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ where little but algae grows

July 17, 2023 | In the News

Chemicals from Missouri lawns, farms add to Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ where little but algae grows By the beginning of 2029, wastewater facilities that treat more than 1…

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The River Des Peres is still clogged. No one wants to clean it. And floods will come again.

July 17, 2023 | In the News

The River Des Peres is still clogged. No one wants to clean it. And floods will come again. Experts have been calling on government bodies to take responsibility for…

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MSD begins $30M effort to help the Gulf of Mexico

July 17, 2023 | In the News

MSD begins $30M effort to help the Gulf of Mexico There's a problem in our water, and MSD plans on doing something about it.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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MSD and DNR’s plan to reduce impact on Gulf of Mexico’s dead zone

July 13, 2023 | In the News

MSD and DNR’s plan to reduce impact on Gulf of Mexico’s dead zone Combatting this problem requires partnership and action from the states in the Mississippi River Watershed, as…

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Dept. of Natural Resources, MSD Project Clear to Reduce Excess Nutrients in Waterways

July 12, 2023 | Alerts

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) and MSD Project Clear (MSDPC) today announced an initiative to decrease levels of excess nutrients into local waterways by two-thirds. This plan is…

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Missouri Governor vetoes funding for storm water, flooding and erosion projects in Metro

July 10, 2023 | In the News

Missouri Governor vetoes funding for storm water, flooding and erosion projects in Metro MSD’s rate commission is looking at a way to get funding through a property tax for…

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Parson’s vetoes cut millions in funding for projects in St. Louis and Rolla

July 7, 2023 | In the News

Parson’s vetoes cut millions in funding for projects in St. Louis and Rolla MSD lost out on money for four projects that would have helped the sewer district with…

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St. Louis Mangled Its Waterways For Decades. Now There May Be Hell to Pay

June 28, 2023 | In the News

St. Louis Mangled Its Waterways For Decades. Now There May Be Hell to Pay The Missouri and Mississippi rivers served as the country’s original highways for travelers and remain…

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