Volume II, Number 8
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.
Multi agency program reveals demonstration site to show Forestry Reclamation Approach to coal mining industry and landowners to promote forestry as a viable post-mining land-use.
State aquaculture sites located near the water’s surface and close to shoreline are monitored to keep oysters healthy to eat when exposed to pollution from stormwater runoff and other sources.
MDE recommends precautionary steps to avoid slippery situation and costly cleanup caused by fuel leaks and spills.
The smell of wood smoke on a crisp winter evening can be an enjoyable but toxic experience.
B4B Program promoting Chesapeake Bay watershed pollution prevention in holds annual meeting to recognize outstanding environmental accomplishments in business.
Environmental professionals from MDE sister city of Anhui exchange environmental practices training, and enjoy local cuisine.
State employee writes protocol for when MDE’s inspectors from the Waste Management Administration’s Oil Control Program spring into action when groundwater problems arise due to fuel tank leaks.
MDE’s “Treasure the Chesapeake” tree – with crab shells, oyster shells, wildlife ornaments, wild grasses wins third place ribbon. Joins slammin’ Santa in lineup.
Bay Restoration Fund in action as Indian Head and Brunswick Wastewater Treatment Plants break ground for Enhanced Nutrient Removal.
section provides a monthly report on the State's environmental enforcement and compliance activities. This issue covers the period between
October 16 and November 15, 2006.
provides a partial list by county of applications received by MDE and other
permitting activity between October 16 and November 15, 2006.
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