- MI Environment
EGLE is pleased to announce the launch of MI Environment. A variety of information will be posted about current topics of interest including important agency activities and accomplishments. Check it out at Michigan.gov/MIEnvironment.
- Gov. Whitmer Signs Executive Order Announcing Dept. of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
Creates Offices of Climate and Energy, Clean Water Public Advocate, Environmental Justice Public Advocate
- Michigan DEQ Winter 2019 News Now Available!
Check out our newsletter - the Michigan DEQ News - published quarterly to increase awareness about high priority issues, highlight important projects, and provide information about upcoming events. To subscribe, please visit our email subscription service, enter your email address, and click on "Michigan DEQ News" under the Agency-wide Information section.
- New Video - What is Vapor Intrusion?
Learn what vapor intrusion is, what causes it, why it is a concern, and what can typically be done to address a vapor intrusion problem at www.michigan.gov/vaporintrusion.
- MDEQ Minute - Septic System
Got a minute? Learn about how a home septic system works and why proper maintenance is important to protecting public health, our Great Lakes, and the environment. Got a few minutes? Check out www.michigan.gov/deqonsitewastewater to learn more about septic systems.
- EGLE Household Drug Take Back Map
Have unwanted medications? Medicines left in medicine cabinets are susceptible to misuse, abuse, and accidental poisoning. Medications, when improperly disposed, can become an environmental problem. Find a household drug takeback location near you and dispose of your unwanted medications responsibly using the new Household Drug Take Back Map!
- MIair: Air Quality Network
The Air Quality Division operates a comprehensive air monitoring network to determine the quality of Michigan's ambient air.
- Michigan Agency for Energy now part of new EGLE
- MDEQ to become EGLE on April 22nd
- MDEQ Awards $140 Million in Water Infrastructure Project Loans to Flint, East Lansing, and Monroe County
- MPART Selects Panel to Recommend PFAS Standards for Drinking Water
- City of Hastings awarded MDEQ Grant
- MDEQ announces $2 million in funding opportunities to grow recycling markets MORE NEWS