The 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.
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;
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Louisiana Department Of Environmental Quality's 3rd Quarter SummariesCitizens 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.
An Environmental Crime Investigation Techniques course will be held on August 4 through 7 at the Belle of Baton Rouge Hotel, 103 France St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802. Registration is from 1 to 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 4, with class concluding at noon on Aug. 7. The course is hosted by the Southern Environmental Enforcement Network and the Criminal Investigation Division of the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.
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.
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality is offering training for permittees on the use of the NetDMR online application for the submission of discharge monitoring reports. A discharge monitoring report, known as a DMR, is a self-reporting document that is generated by permittees who have a Louisiana Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit. The DMR contains information about discharges into waters of the state.
Today, Department of Environment Quality (DEQ) Secretary Peggy Hatch announced the public hearing on Tubal-Cain's permit application will be postponed until Aug. 18. The public comment period will also be extended until Aug. 31.
Litter, litter everywhere - what to do about the problem?;
It's moving day for DEQ!;
NOLA Brewing Company supports environmental sustainability;
UST Division ensures fuel storage tank compliance throughout the state;
Spotlight: Jennifer Elee has been helping keep X-rays safe for 22 years;
DEQ responds to wastewater odor complaint in Ascension Parish; Louisiana Clean Fuels Gala and conference held in Baton Rouge;
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What's Inside? - DEQ and the city of Shreveport work to improve air quality;
Volunteers from DEQ participate in canoe trip for McMains Children's Developmental Center;
Air Field Services group's work is vital to air quality efforts;
DEQ oversees water sampling of crawfish ponds in Acadia Parish;
DEQ delivers Hurricane Resource Manuals to parishes for fourth year;
Second Line Stages promotes environmentally friendly practices;
DEQ hosts information booth at annual 'Greening Day' event at LSU;
DEQ On The Move;
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