Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District and PATCH (Providers and Teens Communicating for Health) have partnered to promote water stewardship among teens. This summer, the two organizations teamed up to provide opportunities for nontraditional experiential learning on water stewardship.
Results of the District's Phase 2 PFAS sampling and analysis show concentrations continue to be minimal and likely reflect background levels.
Charles Payne is a local storyteller, advocate and social artist MADISON — Charles Payne, a self-taught social artist who uses his creative skills to spark change, has been selected as Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District’s second Educator/Artist in Residence. Through this one-year residency, Payne will connect with community members, focusing on youth, through outreach and education ... read full story
The Race to Zero Emissions—US Water Utilities and the Water Technology Alliance, D.C., Convene in Denmark on the eve of COP27
Representatives from U.S. 10 water and wastewater utilities, including Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District, are in Denmark for a five-day greenhouse gas emissions and climate resilience benchmarking tour.
Four Madison-area water organizations and a local nonprofit have developed a brand-new Water Steward course and certification for the public.
Yahara WINs is accepting grant applications through April 1, 2022 for innovative projects that will help reduce phosphorus in local waterways.