Cleaning up polluted waters starts with our State’s “Impaired Waters” list. This list must be updated every two years and used to limit pollution, do scientific studies and set controls to clean up Minnesota’s polluted waters.
 
But Minnesota is dragging its feet on doing studies that set limits to clean up mercury contamination of fish. The MPCA has also refused to list any wild rice waters impaired due to sulfate pollution. 
 
Tell our State officials to list and clean up mercury and sulfate-polluted waters. And ask the EPA to step in and protect our Minnesota waters, wild rice and human health if Minnesota officials fail to do their job. 

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