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Discover DEQ - January 2015

What's Inside?; Technology helps improve water quality; Chance McNeely named assistant secretary for Office of Environmental Compliance; Central Louisiana's waterways undergo monthly water quality testing; DEQ hosts Public Relations and Risk Communications class; Litter Court in St. Tammany Parish combats litter; Online form encourages the public to submit environmental ideas to DEQ; Arbor Day at Burden; "Rocking with Heart" theme of American Heart Association Drive; Who's Who At DEQ?

State of Louisiana calls on EPA HQ to fulfill responsibility to Louisiana residents and safely dispose of Minden explosives

Today, DEQ Secretary Peggy Hatch and Louisiana National Guard Adjutant Maj. Gen. Glenn Curtis called on the EPA to fulfill its obligation to Louisiana residents and safely dispose of M6 explosives at Camp Minden. In a letter today, Hatch and Curtis called on EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy to "intervene to address the persistent mishandling of M6 disposal at Camp Minden by EPA Region 6."

St. Mary Drinking Water Protection Program schedules second committee meeting

The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Drinking Water Protection Program Team has been working with citizens in St. Mary Parish to protect their drinking water. A committee has been formed and the program has scheduled a second meeting.

McNeely named DEQ assistant secretary for environmental compliance

Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Secretary Peggy Hatch named Chance McNeely assistant secretary for environmental compliance, a recently vacated unclassified position, effective Jan. 12. McNeely was previously a policy advisor in the Office of the Governor where he served as a liaison to DEQ.

EPA sets up website to provide Camp Minden information

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has establish a website to provide public access to information about the project to dispose of explosives at the Camp Minden site in Webster Parish.

EPA settlements with violators benefit communities

Agreements will result in more than $1.8 million in special environmental projects from companies in La., Texas and N.M.

Discover DEQ - December 2014

What's Inside? DEQ improves response time with Smartphones, Louisiana Trash Free Waters working group meets in Alexandria, Criminal Investigation Division 2014, DEQ's Northeastern Regional Office has a new home, Disappearing water makes good environmental sense, DEQ conducts a watershed survey of the Yellow Water River drainage basin in Tangipahoa Parish, DEQ's Chili Cook-off raises money for United Way, Who's Who At DEQ?

    Christmas Tree recycling in your area

      Holiday Recycling tips from DEQ

      "Tis the season to be jolly" and tis the season to create more waste and garbage than any other. Louisiana, like the rest of the nation, produces more garbage in December than any other month. A little planning ahead of time can reduce the amount of trash that goes to the landfills and reuse can even produce useful items. You can "Be the Solution" and have a more waste-free holiday season by following a few simple tips from the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.

        DEQ comments on EPA Clean Power Plan

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