Vermont Department of Energy Conservation

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Abstract

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), along with the Dept. of Fish and Wildlife and the Dept. of Forests, Parks and Recreation, is part of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources.

Through its programs, the DEC manages water and air quality; regulates solid and hazardous wastes; and administers a number of voluntary pollution and waste reduction programs. While the DEC issues most of the state’s environmental permits, the department does more than just set forth regulations and assure compliance. Among other responsibilities, department staff members collect data; conduct research; run volunteer programs; develop educational and outreach materials and programs; administer grants; and work with conservation organizations and state and federal agencies to examine critical environmental issues.

Author 
Vermont State Government








Published 
Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, 2004





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Internet link for Vermont Department of Energy Conservation

Citation

Vermont State Government. Vermont Department of Energy Conservation [Internet]. 2004. Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation. Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation. [cited 2015/06/26]. Available from: http://www.anr.state.vt.us/dec/dec.htm