Volume II, Number 7
eMDE is a monthly publication of the Maryland Department of the Environment. It covers articles on current environmental issues and events in the state. Additional monthly features include: MDE public meetings and hearings schedule, enforcement and compliance notes, and permitting activity.
Governor Ehrlich joined MDE and others for an event to kick off Maryland's week-long celebration and announce new lead lesson plans.
Through House Bill 1141, the 2006 General Assembly added new requirements for local comprehensive plans to examine effects of proposed land use.
Every year MDE releases an Annual Enforcement and Compliance Report summarizing nearly 320,000 activities performed.
Secretary Philbrick arrived by boat to test the waters in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for comparison on a global level for water quality.
Ever wonder what takes so long? Well, we’re just doing our job - learn about standard requirements for permit turnaround.
Conserving energy use at home not only reduces costs, but conserves energy resources and reduces air pollution.
Optimizing surface water quality and evaluating performance means overall drinking water safety.
MDE studies point to pet and wildlife waste as a significant source of bacterial pollution.
Maryland has reached its goal and diversion rates have improved exponentially over the last five years.
In past years, Maryland’s typically hot, muggy summer days were often accompanied by poor air quality but not this summer.
section provides a monthly report on the State's environmental enforcement and compliance activities. This issue covers the period between
September 16 and October 15, 2006.
provides a partial list by county of applications received by MDE and other
permitting activity between September 16 and October 15, 2006.
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