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The Aerojet Rocketdyne Solar Farm at East Camden and the Kraft-Heinz Co. food processing plant at Fort Smith were announced on Earth Day, April 22, as the 2016 winners of the ADEQ’s TECHe and ENVY Awards, respectively.
Beginning Dec. 21, 2016, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will require all Arkansas National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permittees to submit discharge monitoring reports (DMRs) electronically using the web-based tool NetDMR. Permittees can complete reports that are specific to their permit limits and transfer them to the EPA through this secure internet application. ADEQ is offering weekly training classes and other assistance.
Georgia-Pacific, in cooperation with Region 6 of the EPA, ADEQ, and Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) is voluntarily conducting an ambient air monitoring assessment for hydrogen sulfide in Crossett.