Category: DEQ

DEQ’s Website Issues

Report Environmental Incidents: (801) 536-4123 | Department | Divisions | Website | Website Specific External Link Policy and Disclaimer Information on external links provided on this site, and a basic disclaimer. Web Team If you are an employee of DEQ with a request to update or add information to the Website, or if you are from …

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Contact DEQ

Help Request Information or Documents (GRAMA) Report a spill or environmental incident (Spill Report) Planning and Public Affairs DEQ Ombudsman Offices Executive Director Human Resources Planning and Public Affairs Support Services Divisions Air Quality (801) 536-4000 Drinking Water (801) 536-4200 Environmental Response and Remediation (801) 536-4100 Waste Management and Radiation Control  (801) 536-0200 Water Quality (801) 536-4300 General …

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Building Addresses

Utah Department of Environmental Quality 195 North 1950 West, Salt Lake City Google Maps Link Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mailing Addresses Department Air Quality Drinking Water Environmental Response & Remediation Waste Management & Radiation Control Water Quality DEQ-At-A-Glance How to Find Us From Interstate 80 (see the map for details): Take …

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About DEQ

DEQ’s mission is, “Safeguarding and improving Utah’s air, land and water through balanced regulation.” We implement State and federal environmental laws and work with individuals, community groups, and businesses to protect the quality of our air, land and water. Your interest and involvement can make a difference. We hope this Website provides you with easy …

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DEQ’s Greatest Asset? Its Employees

By Jen Potter When I was asked to write a blog about the Utah Department of Environmental Quality’s commitment to employees, I asked myself one important question: does DEQ’s commitment to employees include a commitment to employee engagement? While commitment affects an employee’s overall satisfaction with his or her job, engagement goes a step further. …

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Report an Incident

Reporting Routine Environmental Incidents Regulated industry, permitted facilities, waste transporters and others are required by federal and/or state laws or regulations to report chemical spills and other environmental incidents within certain time frames, depending on the type of incident. Some incidents may also require the responsible party to notify the National Response Center at (800) …

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