On September 18, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded Purdue University a $899,976 grant to develop methods to decrease per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) concentrations in both municipal wastewater treatment plant effluent and sludge.
News, Events, and Updates from MCWEC
The Indianapolis Star has focused on the White River in a series of in-depth articles on pollution, its impacts on the river and the hope for a cleaner future.
The North Central Region Water Network is hosting a webinar next week focused on how irrigation management impacts nitrate leaching and groundwater quality.
Applications for the 2020 program available until November 8, 2019.
Learn about watershed protection in Big Walnut Creek, training opportunities and more!
The annual White River Festival is just around the corner! There are a lot of great events scheduled for this year’s Festival which runs September 14 – 29. The White River Festival is a two-week celebration of the White River, its tributaries, and the surrounding 16-county watershed. The Festival was created to raise awareness about […]