:: Featured Articles
A bold new air quality plan unveiled by Governor Ehrlich will drastically reduce pollutants emitted from power plants under the Maryland Clean Power Rule - the most sweeping air pollution control measure proposed in Maryland history…
More stringent underground storage tank requirements assure “no holes” in future inspection, or tanks. Maryland will require corrosion protection on all installed tanks.
“I was shocked when he called my name. It made me feel real good. I couldn’t even sleep that night.” MDE employee earns award for job he enjoys… One of the Top Two Construction Projects in the Nation.
Hectic holiday time should also turn our thoughts toward protecting the environment. Little gestures like cutting down on waste and choosing the right tree can save thousands of pounds of pollutants from entering our waste stream.
MDE is proud to sponsor internship programs to educate engineers and benefit companies, and especially the environment.
A Total Maximum Daily Load is a Clean Water Act tool required by states to achieve water quality standards for any pollutant. TMDLs establish the maximum amount of impairing substance in a waterbody…
EMS graduate corporations extol the praises of MDE’s helpful programs to achieve ISO 14001 certification, sign up now…
MDE’s hardworking employees are out in the field, assuring collapsed structure’s safe restoration and juggling many hats to coordinate with various jurisdictions in Allegany County.
A visiting Sustainable Development study group from Australia and New Zealand toured Fairland Park Stormwater Demonstration Facility and two sites in Anne Arundel County…
Final Calendar Year 2006 Standard Permit Application Turnaround Times
:: Enforcement and Compliance Notes
section provides a monthly report on the State's environmental enforcement and compliance activities. This issue covers the period between
October 15, 2005 and November 15, 2005.
:: For the Record
provides a partial list by county of applications received by MDE and other
permitting activity between October 15, 2005 and November 15, 2005.