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LDEQ encourages proper separation of trash, household chemicals and debris after a storm or flood

With Hurricane Laura impacting much of Louisiana, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) encourages residents across the state to be mindful of the proper separation and disposal of debris.

08/28/20
Bayou Bonfouca swimming and sediment contact advisory lifted 05/29/20
State Emergency Operations Center Partially Activated due to Coronavirus Response 03/13/20
PUBLIC NOTICE LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY HCR NO. 231

LDEQ is accepting written comments in consideration of House Resolution No. 231 (2019 Regular Legislative Session), which urges and requests the secretary of LDEQ to study the establishment of a voluntary compliance audit program for industries regulated by the department.

10/07/19
Amended Declaration of Emergency and Administrative Order

In the matter of Natural and Catastrophic Disaster: Tropical Storm Barry

09/06/19
Declaration of Emergency and Administrative Order

- In the matter of Natural and Catastrophic Disaster: Tropical Storm Barry

07/11/19
LDEQ encourages securing of household chemicals and items in preparation for Morganza Spillway opening

The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality encourages residents and business owners in the affected area of the Morganza Spillway to safely secure or remove household chemicals and materials in advance of the Spillway opening June 2.

05/29/19
Proclamation- State of Emergency-Severe Weather and River Flooding 01/09/19