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MSD News and Alerts

Official MSD press releases and media alerts issued by MSD.
Nov 30,
With heavy rain forecasted over the next few days for the St. Louis region, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) crews are doing normal/proactive maintenance work and responding to customer calls as received
Nov 26,
A power failure at a Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) pump station located in Chesterfield, Missouri has caused a sewer overflow into Bonhomme Creek, which is located southwest of Interstate 64.
Oct 23,
Crews with the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) are cleaning up and making repairs after a sewer main broke in Creve Coeur.
Sep 20,
As demonstrated in the report, MSD is committed to implementing and tracking initiatives that ensure its project spending reflects the diversity of the St. Louis community.

MSD Blog

Official MSD blog posts issued by MSD
Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District’s Board of Trustees is accepting resumes for appointment to the District’s Civil Service Commission.
All seven MSD treatment plants receive Peak Performance Awards, including highest honors for 10 years of perfect environmental compliance at Fenton and Lower Meramec.
Freddie Dunlap was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District

MSD in the News

News About MSD from Around The Web
For many, the 2017 flood is another test of their spirit. For the St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District, it's another test of the water. They test for things you’ve heard of, like E. coli, and things you likely haven’t heard of: benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene, trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Area water and sewer utilities said late Wednesday that major treatment facilities were still operational and appear to have cleared a major hurdle with floodwater along much of the Meramec River starting to recede.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The old adage "you can't get there from here" may soon become the mantra of a large section of the St. Louis metro area, as flooding cuts off key routes between St. Louis and Jefferson counties.
Just a short drive from the soccer park sits MSD's Fenton treatment plant which is getting extra protection after the Meramec River submerged the facility in 2015.

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