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The Division of Water will conduct a virtual public hearing on Jan. 21, 2021, at 6 p.m. to consider comments from the public on a Subaqueous Lands Permit application from the Fort DuPont Redevelopment and Preservation Corporation.
Those wishing to offer verbal comments during DNREC virtual public hearings must pre-register using the form below. Those who register no later than noon on the day of the hearing will be added to a list of commenters that the hearing officer will use to facilitate the public comment portion of the hearing. [column
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) takes a proactive and preventive approach to keep communities and employees safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Department staff continue their mission to serve the people of Delaware, but with some changes based on guidance from state and federal health agencies. The goal is to
This form is for submitting comments to the DNREC Hearing Officers on matters that are subjects of formal public hearings. Comments will only be accepted while the public comment period is open. Each comment should include the docket number used to identify the matter. The docket number is listed on
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is committed to listening to all public comments on matters brought before the Department in DNREC public hearings. To ensure order, fairness, and efficiency, the Department offers the following protocols for its public hearings.
The Division of Air Quality is committed to openness and transparency as it updates and amends state Air Quality Regulations and related state implementation plans. This page provides information on items under development.
The Division of Air Quality holds public hearings on permit applications, regulation updates, and other matters related to maintaining and enhancing Delaware’s air quality. All Division of Air Quality public hearings and meetings are posted on the state Public Meeting Calendar. Applications, plans, exhibits and other
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) has the authority to adopt, amend, modify or repeal regulations to achieve greater protection of the environment and human health. DNREC also manages a wide variety of permitting programs, covering issues related to air quality, waste and hazardous substances, water quality, water supply, wetlands and subaqueous