Volume II, Number 12
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.
Each year, the number of trees grows as Maryland coal mine operators have planted nearly 7.5 million trees and shrubs on 10,500 acres of reclaimed surface coal mines to date.
The Board of Public Works approved over $72.3 million in Bay Restoration Grant awards to date for ENR upgrades of 28 of the 66 targeted wastewater treatment plants in Maryland.
SWQAC is a multi-disciplinary work group that provides guidance for water quality management issues.
Protecting public health means keeping the professionals working with asbestos, mobile source emissions and radiation safe on the job.
Running your vehicle efficiently will help Maryland’s air quality.
April is Environmental Education Month. Calverton Middle School sixth graders dig in to MDE activities.
…with waste education outreach. An aluminum can in the trash stays in the landfill for more than 500 years, but can be recycled within six weeks!
Companies realize cost savings when implementing MDE’s suggested pollution prevention practices and prioritizing their role in environmental impacts.
section provides a monthly report on the State's environmental enforcement and compliance activities. This issue covers the period between
mid-February and mid-March 2007.
provides a partial list by county of applications received by MDE and other
permitting activity between mid-February and mid-March 2007.
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