Imagine watching your backyard disappear 2 to 3 feet every year.
If your yard is flooded, this may affect your septic system. Here’s what to know and do!
Learn how municipal sewage management programs benefit Pennsylvanians.
If you use a septic system, be septic smart!
Discharged pool water and waters containing chlorine or other chemicals can be detrimental to aquatic life if not handled responsibly.
Helping to sustain pollinators and reducing stormwater runoff, one yard at a time.
While most recreationally caught sport fish in PA are safe to eat, chemicals such as mercury and PCBs have been found in some fish in PA.
For many years, hydroelectric dams have prevented American Eels from migrating up the Susquehanna River.
The sea lamprey has plagued the Great Lakes since the early 1800s. Electrical barriers could help stop them.
Acid mine drainage (AMD) is the number one water pollution problem in Pennsylvania.
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