Category: DEQ

Compliance and Monitoring

This page presents links to DEQ pages related to compliance and monitoring issues. Compliance Compliance Assistance (For Businesses) Underground Storage Tanks Compliance Section Air Stationary Source Compliance Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint Drinking Water Drinking Water Compliance and Monitoring Waste Hazardous Waste Permitting and Compliance Monitoring Air Air Monitoring Section: Utah Drinking Water Visit the Drinking …

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Petroleum

Black and Yellow Wax Black and yellow waxes are thick crude oils with a higher paraffinic content than most crude oils found in North America. These waxy crudes are viscous and have a high pour point, which means they become semi-solid at lower temperatures. The process for refining waxy crudes presents some challenges. Although black …

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Lead

Additional Resources Lead-Based Paint Program (Division of Air Quality) Drinking Water Lead Frequently Asked Questions The Lead and Copper Rule (Division of Drinking Water) Utah Lead Coalition Background Lead is a heavy metal found naturally in the environment as well as some manufactured products (lead-acid batteries, lead-based paints, leaded glass, solder, chemicals, some imported children’s …

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Financial Assistance, Fees, Funds, Grants, and Taxes

Pay Online (Payment Portal) Jump to: Assistance Funds Grants Loans Taxes Rebates This page presents links to information on DEQ’s financial assistance, as provided by all Divisions. Assistance Environmental Quality Restricted Account (EQRA) A restricted account that provides revenue for regulation of solid, hazardous, and radioactive waste. Financial Assistance Programs: Water Quality Funding available for …

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Gold King Mine

A large snowstorm knocked out power to a pump that was diverting water from the Gold King Mine into nearby treatment ponds. Contaminated water from the mine began to flow into Cement Creek on to the Animas River and is headed toward the San Juan River. The release is expected to reach the San Juan River on Monday.

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