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E.g., 10/02/2023
E.g., 10/02/2023

Summary of the Bag Law’s material and labeling requirements for paper and plastic bags.


Delegates authority to the Director of the District Department of the Environment in matters regarding the Anacostia River Clean Up and Protection Act of 2009 


Establishes a Healthy Schools Fund to fund certain programs and requirements under this act; to establish local nutritional standards for school meals, to establish healthy vending, fundraising, marketing, and prize requirements in public schools, to require public schools to participate in...


Sets forth a new and consolidated Recycling Policy to  be overseen by the District Department of  The Envirorunent.


If you receive an application for the Utility Discount Programs in the mail, you do NOT need to attend JUDD. Simply mail your
completed application, with all necessary documentation, to DDOE at 1207 Taylor Street, NW, Washington, DC 20011


The purpose of this project, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, was to conduct a comprehensive baseline assessment of existing physical, chemical, and biological conditions and to develop a modeling framework for the development of a TMDL to address low dissolved oxygen...


Below is a link to a document with answers to frequently asked questions regarding FEMA and their Flood Insurance Studies (FISs):


The purpose of this project, funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, was to update the District’s Water Pollution Control Contingency Plan to incorporate changes in organizational structures, laws, and regulations, and programmatic needs.


The District of Columbia has enacted and implemented the floodplain regulations required for participation in NFIP. The NFIP is based on a mutual agreement between the Federal Government and the community (e.g. District of Columbia).


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