:: Featured Articles
Maryland’s 19th annual Lead Poisoning Prevention Week is designed to raise awareness among landlords, parents, tenants, and homeowners about what they can do to reduce the risk of lead poisoning.
One third of Maryland’s 66 largest wastewater treatment plans have been rebuilt, redesigned or put under construction as a result of the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Act, introduced and signed into law in 2004 by Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr.
Heavy rain volumes in Maryland on June 25, yielded the equivalent of 500 to 1,000-year storm according to National Weather Service rainfall charts, yet dams in Maryland overall performed well.
To date, 44 out of the 49 Baltimore’s city-owned vehicles slated to be retrofitted with pollution reduction equipment are completed
With several series of “Chesapeake Bay Agreements” that set broad geographic limits on the amount nutrients and sediments entering the Bay, MDE’s strategic, geographically refined nutrient TMDLs serve as targets for water quality restoration and give goals to implement planning.
Serving our customers with Environmental Management System consultation is just one of the many ways MDE encourages P2 – as peer experts recognize our agency’s work.
With school back in full force, consider packing a healthy lunch with simple zero waste practices to save you money and – it’s good for the environment!
The Maryland Department of the Environment recently visited a Habitat for Humanities green house in our neighboring community, which is a MDE-designated Environmental Benefits District. The house was built with ecologically-friendly and efficient products that are affordable to low-income families.
MDE joined over a dozen other state agencies, hundreds of vendors and demonstrations in a booth to interact with kids of all ages and give away prizes for public recycling know-how.
Over ninety years of tradition celebrated in one of MDE's neighboring Environmental Justice Communities.
:: Enforcement and Compliance Notes
section provides a monthly report on the State's environmental enforcement and compliance activities. This issue covers the period between
August 16 and September 15, 2006.
:: For the Record
provides a partial list by county of applications received by MDE and other
permitting activity between August 16 and September 15, 2006.