What's New at ADEQ?
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.
ADEQ welcomes the Zero Waste Network to Little Rock to conduct a two-day training for businesses on Pollution Prevention and Lean Principles. The workshop will teach businesses methods for improving efficiency, eliminating waste and increasing the bottom-line. Pre-registration is required.
ADEQ still has $171,041 left in GO RED! funding to help reduce diesel emissions across the Natural State. The emissions reduction program provides grants to eligible entities for replacement or retrofitting of diesel engines resulting in the reduction of engine emissions.
Beginning Dec. 21, 2016, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will require all Arkansas 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.