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Regulatory Assistance

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Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Regulatory Assistance

Get compliance assistance in the form of printed information, recorded webinars, or contact information to program specialists. You can also find links to regulations and rules, financing options, and more.

Businesses, local units of government, and industry personnel have access to direct one-on-one assistance or referral to EGLE's network of technical staff by calling 800-662-9278 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Compliance Assistance

We work with businesses, associations, non-profits, and municipalities to help them achieve and maintain compliance with the permits and regulations we implement. 

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Regulations, Laws, and Rules

Find information on Michigan's environmental laws, rules, and regulations as well as links to federal resources.

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Policies and Procedures

All external and those internal policy and procedures that would be beneficial to the public are provided online.



Search our online library of guidance documents, fact sheets, frequently asked question documents, and more.

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Training and Workshops

We offer many environmental workshops and training programs. On our calendar, select "Training, Events, and/or Webinars" to see all available upcoming sessions.

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Grants and Financing

We form partnerships with interested groups and local community organizations to help protect and enhance our environmental quality.

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Emergency Planning and Community-Right-to-Know

The Community Right-to-Know provisions help increase the public's knowledge and access to information on chemicals at individual facilities, their uses, and releases into the environment. 

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Through our permitting process, we strive to facilitate environmentally responsible economic growth. The permit process informs Michigan citizens of proposed activities affecting their community.

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We have many forms and templates available.

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State License Search

Search all state licenses to find what you need.

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