What’s in the water? People–shocked to see parts of the Inner Harbor turned a milky white color–as hundreds of dead fish float to the surface.
Maryland’s Department of the Environment says it is marking Earth Day by offering composting of food waste to the more than 900 employees at its Baltimore headquarters.
Drying up. That’s what’s happening to a number of Maryland streams, as a new drought warning is issued for parts of the state.
The Maryland Department of the Environment says water seeping from the ground in the area of Washington County’s Old City/County Landfill was found to have an arsenic level nearly twice as high as the federal standard for drinking water.
Questionable septic system upgrade contracts totaling $1 million have been referred to the attorney general’s criminal division, according to an audit of the Maryland Department of the Environment released Thursday.