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Energy in the District

The District’s resource for energy efficiency. Learn about energy related services, programs, and plans.

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Laws and regulations related to energy, its sources and its use in the District.

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Low- and no-cost tips for businesses to contirbute to the sustainability of the District and the planet.

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Low- and no-cost tips for institutional and government buildings to contirbute to the sustainability of the District and the planet.

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Low- and no-cost tips for small businesses to contirbute to the sustainability of the District and the planet.

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DOEE's Enforcement & Compliance Database (ECD) s

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Motor vehicles are the largest source of emissions in the District. To reduce these emissions, the District has implemented a law to limit engine idling. 

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Apply for certification and licensing for air pollution, hazardous substances, water quality.

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The District offers a vast amount of environmental data for interested researchers and residents to access.

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The environment is intrinsically tied to public health. And so, at DOEE, our work revolves around maintaining the health and safety of our residents.

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The District Department of the Environment offers a number of interactive maps for your review

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DOEE educates students, teachers, and residents about the connections between their personal actions and the health of their surroundings.

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An index of DOEE's major services to the District.

Doing business in DC
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Business owners, managers, and employees need to comply with the District's environmental regulations and evaluate the environmental impact of your operations, products and services. 

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Every Child. Twice By Two.

The District law requires that all children get screened for lead exposure at both 1 and 2 years of age.

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<<Back to SRC Site Evaluation page

1. How does the SRC Site Evaluation Program work?

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The District’s Fertilizer Law took effect on April 20, 2013, and is formally known as the Anacostia River Clean Up and Protection Fertilizer Act of 2012.

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OEEJ implements DOEE’s Environmental Justice Program, and serves as the agency contact for environmental enforcement matters.

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Whether you fish or simply enjoy the beauty and importance of the District’s wild animals, wildlife matters.  DOEE’s Fisheries and Wildlife Division is the guardian of the District's wildlife resources. 

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