Drinking water Archive

MDE issues second report on sampling of Maryland public drinking water systems for PFAS

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT ISSUES SECOND REPORT ON SAMPLING OF MARYLAND PUBLIC DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS FOR PFAS Phase 2 of sampling initiative finds no levels greater than EPA health advisory; MDE has reported results for sampling of systems serving about 70% of state’s population; third phase of sampling ongoing ...Read More

Maryland drinking water project receives national honor for excellence in problem solving 

MARYLAND DRINKING WATER PROJECT RECEIVES NATIONAL HONOR FOR EXCELLENCE IN PROBLEM SOLVING U.S. EPA recognizes Maryland American Water for improvements to drinking water system serving Bel Air in Harford County; project addressed problems cited by Maryland Department of the Environment, received funding through the state agency BALTIMORE (March 3, 2022) ...Read More

WJZ-TV: Maryland Officials Look To Reduce Use Of Salt On Roads

It’s a delicate balance of safety and environmental awareness—treating the roads with enough ice-melting salt to make sure they’re safe to drive, while minimizing the impact on our environment. Too much salt can be detrimental to our waterways. It can damage vegetation and marine life and even contaminate drinking ...Read More

Maryland Increases Alternatives to Road Salts to Advance Environmental and Transportation Goals

Maryland Increases Alternatives to Road Salts to Advance Environmental and Transportation Goals Residents urged to stay safe in winter weather but cut back on salt when possible BALTIMORE (January 14, 2022) – As winter weather impacts the state, Maryland continues to work to reduce the use of ice-melting salts ...Read More

eMDE – Ben’s Blog: 2021 – A Year Like No Other; radon awareness and more

2021: A Year Like No Other Covid, Climate, and Chesapeake Bay dominated much of 2021, with environmental equity, infrastructure, and resiliency themes running through each and connecting all, just like our digital IT progress at MDE COVID-19 has been a wild, evolving and painful roller-coaster ride. In 2021, MDE ...Read More

Board of Public Works approves funding for clean water and the Chesapeake Bay

Board of Public Works approves funding for clean water and the Chesapeake Bay Grants will reduce pollution, improve drinking water system BALTIMORE (Dec. 2, 2021) – The Maryland Board of Public Works approved more than $4 million in grants this week to reduce water pollution and improve a drinking water ...Read More

WMDT-TV: Grant funding aims to provide Pocomoke City residents clean, quality water

After a long wait, there’s finally a solution coming to the Pocomoke City’s water concerns thanks to a partnership between Maryland Departments of the Environment and Housing and Community Development. “It’s a smart and necessary step forward. Communities absolutely deserve clean drinking water and modern infrastructure to meet their ...Read More

Maryland agencies fund infrastructure improvements in Eastern Shore community

MARYLAND AGENCIES FUND INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS IN EASTERN SHORE COMMUNITY Departments of the Environment, Housing and Community Development, provide grants for drinking water system upgrade in Pocomoke City; MDE grant is first under “WIIN” act to help disadvantaged communities BALTIMORE (Nov. 30, 2021) – More than $1.4 million in grants ...Read More

BPW approves funding for safe and reliable drinking water, energy-saving climate progress

Board of Public Works approves funding for safe and reliable drinking water and energy-saving climate progressGrants and loans will reduce energy consumption and save money BALTIMORE (Nov. 3, 2021) – The Maryland Board of Public Works in Annapolis approved more than $3.7 million in grants and loans today to ...Read More

Board of Public Works approves funding for clean water and the Chesapeake Bay

Board of Public Works approves funding for clean water and the Chesapeake Bay Grants and loans will reduce pollution, improve drinking water system BALTIMORE (October 6, 2021) – The Maryland Board of Public Works approved more than $2.6 million in grants and loans today to reduce water pollution and ...Read More
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