Participants at Earth Day Indiana learned from a table-top groundwater model and spoke to MCWEC representatives about the many ways to protect our drinking water.
News, Events, and Updates from MCWEC
Abandoned wells pose a risk for property owners and our drinking water supply. Learn more to identify if you have an old well and what action you need to take.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management recently announced grant funding for recycling projects from the Recycling Market Development Program. Applications due June 15.
MCWEC will have a booth during Earth Day Indiana at Garfield Park, come by and see us! The 2022 Earth Day Indiana Festival will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Garfield Park just south of downtown Indianapolis. The festival has over 110 exhibitors, live music, food trucks […]
One task that is often overlooked during spring cleaning is clearing out drainage swales and storm drain inlets. Every year trillions of dangerous bacteria and tons of fertilizer and trash reach our local streams every year by way of street-side storm drains.
In December of 2021, Indiana Rule 5 detailing how developers and contractors must protect Indiana’s soil and water during the process of construction was replaced with the Construction Stormwater General Permit (CSGP).