Police and the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) have responded to a Suffield school for a potential hazardous materials incident on Tuesday morning.
(WTNH) — It’s Connecticut Recycles Day, and the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has some ideas on how to get involved. The purpose of the day is to encourage participation in local recycling programs and raise awareness about composting, reuse, waste reduction, buying products made from recycled materials and the positive impacts of recycling. […]
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) announced Friday opening dates for several hunting seasons across the state this fall.
Connecticut park officials are offering free guided hikes in 10 state parks to mark the start of the New Year.
Fall is the peak of breeding season for Connecticut’s deer and moose population starting in late October through late December, and now the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) and AAA are urging drivers to be mindful of increased deer and moose activities.
DEEP is currently recruiting lifeguards for beaches at eight state parks for the 2020 summer season. They’re offering American Red Cross Lifeguarding classes for free to anyone interested in the job.
It’s wood burning season in Connecticut, and the state has some tips to protect air quality.
Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is inviting artists to submit waterfowl artwork to be considered for the state’s annual Migratory Bird Conservation Stamp Art Contest.
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) announced on Thursday that the State Environmental Conservation Police (EnCon) has received national accreditation.
A unique new boat will be used to remove recreational boat sewage from vessels in the Branford River and Branford Harbor starting next spring.