MDEQ

AcronymDefinition
MDEQMichigan Department of Environmental Quality
MDEQMississippi Department of Environmental Quality
MDEQMontana Department of Environmental Quality
MDEQMassachusetts Department of Environmental Quality
MDEQMcMonnies Dry Eye Questionnaire
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The MDEQ said that Maloney's appeal should have been filed March 3, 2017, 20 days after the issuance, not 20 months, as Maloney did.
The MDEQ, the state-appointed emergency managers, and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder failed to stem the flow of contaminated water until October 2015, when Flint finally was reconnected to DWSD (now called the Great Lakes Water Authority) and safe water.
According to the MDEQ, state regulators decided that closing it down was the only way to address the firm's history of flouting environmental and safety rules.
On December 16, 2014, the MDEQ issues a letter explaining the water in Flint has crossed the threshold of safe amounts of disinfectant.
Both agencies, but principally the MDEQ, stubbornly worked to discredit and dismiss others' attempts to bring the issues of unsafe water, lead contamination, and increased cases of Legionellosis (Legionnaires' disease) to light.
Flint Public Works acted on inaccurate and improper guidance from MDEQ. F-27.
Gold company Timberline Resources Corporation (TSX VENTURE:TBR) (NYSE MKT:TLR) (NYSE Amex:TLR) reported on Thursday the receipt of a draft Montana Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (MPDES) water discharge permit for its Butte Highlands Gold Project joint venture from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ).
(34) Rapanos consulted with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality ("MDEQ"), the state environmental regulatory agency, which informed him that the parcels most likely contained wetlands.
Among the symptom questionnaires available, the Ocular Surface Disease Index (OSDI), the Dry Eye Questionnaire (DEQ), and the McMonnies Dry Eye Questionnaire (MDEQ) have been widely used (10-12).
According to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Surface Water Information Management System (MiSWIMS, 2007) there are Michigan inland lakes that meet the criterion of <28.3 mg/L calcium concentration.
We estimated stream discharge from the 2007 water level data using rating curves developed from measured discharges and stormflow discharges predicted using a HEC-HMS watershed model developed by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ).
The MDEQ began using the MSU scientists' landscape limnology approach in 2006 to set and manage nutrient levels in the state's freshwater lakes and streams, and the managers are very pleased with the results.