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Finalists Selected for 2018 Environmental Awards

Finalists have been selected for the 2018 ADEQ Environmental Awards. The winners of these awards will be announced by Governor Asa Hutchinson and ADEQ Director Becky Keogh at a ceremony on April 24, 2018.

The 2018 ENVY Award finalists are: Arkansas Discovery Farms, Delta Plastics, and the Union County Water Conservation Board.

The 2018 TECHe Award finalists are: The City of Fayetteville, EAST Initiative, and the Little Rock Water Reclamation Authority.

The 2018 E2 Award finalists are: Arkansas Rural Internet Service (ARIS), Arkansas State University at Newport, and Clarksville Light and Water Company.

The inaugural ADEQuest Science Award will be presented to Meghana Bollimpalli and Little Rock Central High School.

Learn more about the awards and finalists here.

Free Tire Accountability Program Workshops

ADEQ is hosting several workshops for the Tire Accountability Program throughout the months of March – July. Topics include used tire programs, tire generators, manifest systems, beneficial use, rim removal fees, permitted sites, and waste tire sites.

For more information contact: Kelli Johnson at 501.682.0006 or johnsonk@adeq.state.ar.us.

The Beautiful Buffalo River Action Committee (BBRAC) is an Arkansas-led collaborative established by Governor Asa Hutchinson to protect and enhance the Buffalo River Watershed through partnership, research, and action.

Find helpful instructions and information about using CDX/NetDMR accounts.