The regulations that govern the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) are published by the Office of the Registrar of Regulations as part of the Delaware Administrative Code.
All regulatory changes begin with an internal DNREC Start Action Notice (SAN) which lists the type and purpose of the proposed change, the statutory basis for the action, affected stakeholders, schedules and more information. As part of the public review process, regulatory changes are published in the monthly Register or Regulations.
Tidal Finfish (Bass, Flounder, Menhaden, Shad, Sharks, Sturgeon, Tilefish, Weakfish, etc.)
Shellfish (Conch, Crabs, Hard Clams, Lobsters, Oysters)
Wildlife (Species, Hunting Seasons, Method of Take and other Hunting Information including Preserves)
Groundwater Discharges Section (On-Site Wastewater Treatment, Underground Injection Control, and Land Treatment of Waste)
Surface Water Discharges Section (Water Pollution, Wastewater Sludge, Licensing of Operations or Wastewater Facilities)
Water Supply Section (Wells, Allocation of Water, and Licensing Water Well Contractors, Pump Installers, Well Drillers, etc.)
Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands (Marinas, Wetlands, Use of Subaqueous Lands)
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