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What does MPCA stand for?

MPCA stands for Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

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The stakeholders of the Twin Cities Clean Cities are: American Lung Association in Minnesota, Amerigas, Chart Industries, City of Brooklyn Park, City of Minneapolis, City of Saint Paul, Dakota County, Ferrellgas, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Grossman Chevrolet, Hennepin County, Holiday Companies, Minnesota Corn Growers Association, Minnesota Department of Commerce-Division of Energy Resources, Minnesota Department of Administration-Travel Management, Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Minnesota Soybean Growers Association, Minnesota Environmental Initiative, Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, Ramsey County, Schwan's Frozen Foods, United Soybean Growers Association, U.
Xcel Energy has filed with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency plans to significantly reduce mercury emissions from Sherburne County (Sherco) Generating Plant Unit 3 and the Allen S.
Further, after grinding contaminated wallboard in separate unpublished studies, Stephen Lee, who supervises the Emergency Response Team at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency in St.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) recently released the "Air Quality Index (AQI) Summary for 2004," which provides an overview of data collected during the past year, as well as the 2005 report to the state legislature, titled "Air Quality in Minnesota - Progress and Priorities," which offers a comprehensive look at state air pollution trends and current work being done to reduce emissions.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency are sponsoring a two-year, $150,000 study to determine if tire shreds can be used as lightweight fill for construction projects below the water table.