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DNREC’s Division of Air Quality offering public workshops for demolition contractors and municipalities Feb. 10, 16 and 23

Demolition contractors and municipality representatives who want to learn more about demolition-related requirements and regulations are encouraged to attend public workshops offered by DNREC’s Division of Air Quality (DAQ) and Small Business Environmental Assistance Program.




Delaware Division of Energy & Climate reminds applicants of Feb. 29 deadline for Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grants

DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate is accepting proposals for the Delaware Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program, through Feb. 29.




Delaware, seven other Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states seek to curb pollution from upwind states

Eight Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States, including Delaware, petitioned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to require upwind states to reduce air pollution generated within their borders, which causes asthma attacks, respiratory disease, and other public health problems downwind.







 Pages Tagged With: "clean air"

DNREC’s Division of Air Quality offering public workshops for demolition contractors and municipalities Feb. 10, 16 and 23

Demolition contractors and municipality representatives who want to learn more about demolition-related requirements and regulations are encouraged to attend public workshops offered by DNREC’s Division of Air Quality (DAQ) and Small Business Environmental Assistance Program.




Delaware Division of Energy & Climate reminds applicants of Feb. 29 deadline for Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grants

DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate is accepting proposals for the Delaware Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program, through Feb. 29.




Delaware, seven other Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states seek to curb pollution from upwind states

Eight Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States, including Delaware, petitioned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to require upwind states to reduce air pollution generated within their borders, which causes asthma attacks, respiratory disease, and other public health problems downwind.