Environmental Update - Summer 2009
This information is provided by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality  
to assist the public and regulated community .

Form #:  NDEQ012
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Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
Summer 2009


About This Newsletter
The NDEQ Environmental Update is the agency’s electronic newsletter, produced twice a year.
The electronic version of the newsletter can be found on the NDEQ website at:
http://deq.ne.gov//NewsLett.nsf/Update+Summer+2009.

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Inside this Issue

Nebraska Environmental Projects to Receive Recovery Funds
Weekly Sampling Measures Blue-Green Algae Toxins, Bacteria at Nebraska Lakes
NDEQ Crew Cleans Up
Toxic Algae Awareness
Treatment at Fremont Lake #20 Shows Impressive Results
Lake Ogallala Project Ready to Move Ahead
Air Waves Capsules
New Recycling Directory Now Online
Pesticide Bulk Storage Requires Load-out and Containment
Chemigation: Frequently Asked Questions
Reward Offered to Help Identify Shell Creek Polluters


Contact Us
NDEQ welcomes your comments and questions, and your input regarding the NDEQ Environmental Update. We can be reached:
by telephone:
(402) 471-2186
by mail:
1200 N St., Box 98922, Lincoln, NE 68509-8922
or by email:
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Please visit our website at www.deq.state.ne.us for news, information and links to technical information and forms. Follow the link for “Your Environment” from our site for information about the environment across the state of Nebraska, as well as more specific information about the region you live in. Click on any section of the map to find more specifics about that region. Or, select any of the “Focus on...” topics on the site to find out more information about Nebraska’s air quality, water quality and waste management issues.