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Lansing, MI 48909
Contact: Environmental Assistance Center
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality promotes wise management of Michigan’s air, land, and water resources to support a sustainable environment, healthy communities, and vibrant economy.
Our vision is to reduce public health and environmental risks, assist Michigan communities with addressing infrastructure needs, and build external partnerships to address Michigan’s environmental issues through the authorities granted to us by the Michigan Legislature and Constitution.
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
In The News…
- Update on dates/locations for Michigan’s Brownfield Program Workshops for Consultants
- Flint Water Quality Restored, Testing Well Below Federal Action Level and Comparable to Other Cities Across the State
- Comments Sought for Aquila Back Forty Wetlands, Lake and Streams Application
- Hamburg Township Brownfield Redevelopment Authority awarded assessment grant and loan for redevelopment
- Introduction to Michigan Air Emissions Reporting System (MAERS) 2018 Workshop Series
- MDEQ’s Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program Innovates with RadResponder
- MEDQ Fourth Informal Information Session
- MDEQ Upcoming Partner Event
- Michigan Water Trails Manual provides blueprint for world-class water trails
- Flint Residents Reminded to Open Their Door for CORE and Verify Credentials
- Did you know that there is a program available to help cover the costs of taking action to eliminate the presence of lead in drinking water at schools?
- Four Communities Earn Local Infrastructure Loans
- Michigan releases draft plan to improve Lake Erie water quality
- Five Organizations Receive Grants for Stream Water Quality Monitoring
- Five Organizations Recognized for Recycling Excellence
- Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality Premeir Green Infrastructure Conference A Hit at Cobo Hall
- City of Flint’s Water System Continues to Stay Well Below Action Level for Federal Lead and Copper Rule
- Fourteen Communities Receive $2.9 million for Scrap Tire Market Development
- $1 million in Grants and Loans to Help Build New Apartments in Downtown Detroit
- City of Flint’s Water System Now Meeting Federal Lead and Copper Rule, Action Levels Comparable to Cities With Similar Size and Age of Infrastructure in Michigan and Across The U.S.