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.
DEP staff volunteered with the Bucks County Conservation District to remove invasive water chestnuts from from Lake Towhee.
Summer is the season for stream work. With 86,000 miles of streams and rivers in PA, maintenance of these waterways can be a daunting task.
Harmful algal blooms (HABS) pop up every year in Pennsylvania as water temperatures rise.
If you value what your local stream, river, or lake adds to your life, learn what you can do to keep it alive!
One of the most visible and obvious signs of water pollution is an oil sheen.
Burning household trash may seem like an easy way to eliminate waste, but it contributes to air pollution and threatens human health.
Through smart policy and individual behavior changes, we can all strive for lasting air quality improvements.
Small fires can produce big air pollution, but there are steps you can take to help.
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