The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Enviroschool is providing free training workshops for communities, businesses, and other organizations that will give an understanding of DEQ air policies. For several decades, LDEQ has added several "Air Policy" requirements in which our written regulations do not provide clear monitoring for demonstrating compliance. These policy sets are used for various control devices such as filters, scrubbers, cyclones and non-NSPS Flares, etc. This class will explain the regulatory basis that allows DEQ to add these requirements, and provides some insight into when a permit writer would add them to a permit. It also discusses the intent of the requirement and what it's trying to accomplish. These regulations can be modified to meet a specific facility's equipment. The session also provides additional information regarding stack testing. DEQ aids effort to preserve coastal gem; Get geauxing in Baton Rouge
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Volunteers need for Hammond Cleanup Day
Cleanup the City Day Community Event
Saturday, August 29, 2015
8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m.
Meet at Jackson Playground
At the end of Harden Drive
"To burn or not to burn - that is the question" and you can get the answer at an open burning workshop. The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality is sponsoring a free workshop to assist fire departments, municipalities, and the general public with understanding the air quality regulations concerning open burning. The workshop will provide a basic understanding of the regulations, as well as information about open burning do's and don'ts.The Louisiana Local Government Litter Ordinance Template and Handbook was created to assist communities with an enforceable, easy to implement model litter ordinance. To combat litter and aquatic trash in the state of Louisiana, citizens, environmental groups and government representatives came together to form the Louisiana Aquatic Litter Alliance(LALA)DEQ participates in 2015 Louisiana Offshore Oil Port drill;
Keep Louisiana Beautiful Asks: "Do You Know an Everyday Hero?";
Air quality awareness important during Louisiana's sunny summer days;
LSU scientists have sweet dreams of alternative fuel;
Radiation drills require DEQ to play many roles;
Air Pollution Control Technology forum held at DEQ Headquarters;
DEQ staff help out at the LWRA Conference;
DEQ's Criminal Investigation Division participates in Environmental Law Enforcement Training Workshop;
Who's Who At DEQ?
Louisiana Department Of Environmental Quality's 3rd Quarter SummariesThe Gulf of Mexico Program recently announced Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program (BTNEP) will receive a Second Place 2015 Gulf Guardian Award in the Partnerships Category. The awards ceremony will be held on July 30, 2015, at the Texas State Aquarium in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Citizens of Louisiana, environmental groups and government representatives have created a turnkey solution that can address litter control and develop accompanying infrastructure to enable enforcement mechanisms. The Louisiana Local Government Litter Ordinance Template and Handbook will be introduced at the Louisiana Municipal Association Convention in Lafayette.
Tell us who about an Everyday Hero who helps fight litter in your community. Nominations are now open for the 2015 Keep Louisiana Beautiful Everyday Hero Awards until September 10, 2015.
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