DEQ welcomes Chuck Carr Brown, Ph.D., as the 12th secretary;
New Air Quality Index shows strengthened EPA standards for Ozone;
DEQ works with GOHSEP, partners, in response to Bonnet Carre'
DEQ Environmental Scientist Don Weinell retires from military service;
Minta Canelas honored for her "above and beyond" service to the state;
Fundraising participation by DEQ nets Baton Rouge Food Bank more than 12,500 meals;
Who's Who At DEQ?Gov. John Bel Edwards named Dr. Chuck Carr Brown secretary of the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality on Jan. 11. Brown's appointment is a homecoming. He previously worked at DEQ from 2004 to 2008, serving as assistant secretary for environmental services.The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality is reminding residents and businesses located in and around the Morganza Spillway area to make preparations in advance of the potential river flooding in the region.The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality is advising residents and businesses located in and around the Morganza Spillway, Atchafalaya Basin and Mississippi River Basin to make preparations in advance of the potential river flooding in those areas.In response to the heavy rainfall that occurred over the past month, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality has prepared for rising water levels along the Red River, Mississippi River and Atchafalaya River throughout the state.
DEQ oversees soil sampling remediation in Lafayette;
HAZWOPER class certifies DEQ personnel for situations where
hazardous waste is present;
University of New Orleans promotes on-campus recycling initiative;
Make reduce, reuse and recycle your motto for the holidays;
Christmas Tree Recycling 2015;
Jennifer Bounds wins tickets to The Nutcracker: A Tale From The Bayou
using GEAUX RIDE;
DEQ Holiday Pictures; and
Who's Who at DEQ?In the matter of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermathInformation on how and where to recycle your Christmas or holiday tree
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