Discover DEQ - July 2017 ENewsletter
Environmental Assessment staff featured in video about LDEQ’s air
monitoring capabilities, LDEQ hosts classes on the Electronic Document Management System during June and July, Message from the Secretary, New Orleans Environmental Advisory Committee brainstorms ideas to reduce litter and increase recycling, LDEQ participates at the 32nd Annual Louisiana Rural Water Conference,
LMOGA hosts meeting on industry issues, LDEQ On The Move,
Who’s Who At LDEQ?
Discover DEQ - May 2017 E Newsletter
Gorgeous spring weather may cause Ozone Action Days,
Message from the Secretary,
LDEQ reports a 7.4 percent recycling rate for 2015,
LDEQ welcomes Nigerian delegation to Louisiana,
LDEQ participates in oil spill drill in Lafourche Parish,
LDEQ Secretary Dr. Chuck Brown joins LABI panel,
Boy Scouts place storm drain markers in Slidell community,
Employee Appreciation Day 2017,
LDEQ participated in “Kids to Park” day in Zachary May 9,
LDEQ On The Move,
Who’s Who At LDEQ?
DISCOVER DEQ - April 2017 E News
Governor Edwards proclaims May to be Air Quality Awareness month
Message from the Secretary
Dr. Brown speaks about VW Settlement at Louisiana Clean Fuels Odyssey Day Event
Hornbeck dedicates CNG station
2017 Envirothon held at the LSU Ag Botanic Gardens
Water Quality sampling in West Feliciana, Pointe Coupee parishes
LDEQ to work with newly formed Louisiana Recycling Coalition
Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore provides a pro-environmental service
DEQ On The Move
Who’s Who At DEQ?
DISCOVER DEQ - E NEWSLETTER - MARCH 2017
What's Inside? Dr. Brown speaks at Leaders Against Litter event, Message from the Secretary, LDEQ presents 2017 Environmental Leadership Awards, Transparency important component in speeches, Watershed Improvement Projects underway in Grant and Vermilion Parishes,Open Burning of household hazardous material is against the law, Facility inspections a key part of LDEQ's environmental protection oversight, Drinking Water Protection Team reaches milestone in protection efforts, LDEQ On The Move, Who's Who At LDEQ?
Baton Rouge area in attainment for ozone
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality announces that on March 21, the Greater Baton Rouge redesignation to attainment became effective for the pollutant ozone. The area includes Ascension, East Baton Rouge, Iberville, Livingston and West Baton Rouge parishes.