Maryland Department of the Environment
Questionable septic system upgrade contracts totaling $1 million have been referred to the attorney general’s criminal division, according to an audit of the Maryland Department of the Environment released Thursday.
The Maryland Department of the Environment says two waterways previously closed to shellfish harvesting have been reopened and a third has been closed due to high bacteria levels.
The new owners of the Sparrows Point steel mill outside Baltimore must pay $135,000 for alleged air pollution violations.
Large chemical containers from a Pennsylvania plant are being found around the Chesapeake Bay where they were washed downstream by flood waters.
More than 500 Maryland children are suffering from lead poisoning–the lowest number in years. But a new study shows there’s still lots of work to be done.
The Maryland Department of the Environment says it is closing shellfish harvesting in state waters because of potential water contamination from Hurricane Irene flooding and runoff.
The Maryland Department of the Environment says it won’t renew a wastewater discharge permit for a Cumberland company accused of violating pollution laws.
The Maryland Department of the Environment says the operator of an Anne Arundel County fly ash dump site paid a $2,500 fine for placing ash outside the dump’s original footprint.