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The odyssey continues with a free community event offering tours, science demonstrations, entertainment, food vendors, and more! Spend the day with your family and friends at the new School of Freshwater Sciences and see what the excitement is all about.
UWM Freshwater Grand Opening Join us on September 12-13 for a Freshwater Odyssey as we celebrate the grand opening of UW-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences Spend the evening exploring our newest state-of-the-art freshwater facility where future innovators will discover and learn. Festivities include hors d’oeuvres, bar … Continue reading
Brown Bag Eco-Tour: Recycling Waste and Landfills Did you ever wonder where you trash goes once you discard it. Do you know how much waste is handled everyday in Chicago? Where does that empty water bottle go after you put … Continue reading
Evanston Water Utility Open House The City of Evanston is celebrating 100 years of safe reliable filtered water! Remarks by Mayor Elizabeth B. Tisdahl at 9:30 a.m. Public tours 10:00 a.m. –11:00 a.m. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or (847) 448-8032.
The Southeast Environmental Task Force and the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District invite you to a tour of the Deep Tunnel Project & the Thorntorn Quarry
This exciting tour begins at the Thorten Quarry, a 400 feet deep pit and the intended storm water reservoir. After the steep journey down into the quarry, we’ll head over to the Calumet wastewater treatment plant where we’ll ride the elevator … Continue reading