:: Featured Articles
Technology dramatically reduces the level of nitrogen and phosphorus being discharged to the Chester River, helping eliminate millions of pounds of pollution from entering the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland hospitals are staffing up to take an initiative to the next level. An in-depth interview with Richard Zdanis, the new Maryland H2E Coordinator.
Ever wonder who came up with the idea to warn Marylanders of Code Red Ozone Days? Tad Aburn takes on the new challenges of heading up the administration that monitors state and national air quality standards.
In the field, inspectors measure emissions from radioactive materials and evaluate site conditions to ensure license requirements and public safety.
Water quality monitoring data is pooled into a single database to dramatically improve access and share environmental information.
No, really! MDE’s Customer Service Department strives to better serve Maryland businesses in the permit application and pollution prevention process.
Environmental Justice is just one way MDE keeps the public informed of how to voice citizen concerns, opinions and recommendations to protect their communities and the environment at large.
Tread Spread, a popular permanent rubber mulch made of recycle tires is just one of the many ways MDE uses the Scrap Tire Fund to abate dump sites.
What started as a web search became an international lesson in environmental protection.
Nominations are open to people and organizations that demonstrate outstanding efforts to enhance Maryland's environment.
:: Enforcement and Compliance Notes
section provides a monthly report on the State's environmental enforcement and compliance activities. This issue covers the period between
January 16, 2006 - February 15, 2006.
:: For the Record
provides a partial list by county of applications received by MDE and other
permitting activity between January 16, 2006 - February 15, 2006.