DEEP: DEEP General Info
DEEP General Info
Advisory Groups
 Advisory Groups
 Commissioner's Constituent Groups

 Commissioner's Welcome Message
  DEEP Commissioner Dykes welcome message.
 Commissioner-Designate Katie Dykes - Biography
  Katie Dykes is the Commissioner-designate of Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP). Commissioner-designate Dykes was nominated by Governor Ned Lamont in December 2018.
 DEEP Commissioners
 Deputy Commisisoner Mary Sotos
  Mary Sotos is the Deputy Commissioner for Energy at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP).
 Deputy Commissioner Susan Whalen
  Susan Whalen serves as Deputy Commissioner for Environmental Conservation at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP), a position she has held since April 2008.

Contact Us
 24-Hour Emergency and Information Phone Numbers
 A to Z Directory
  A to Z Directory, phone, email, subject
 Contact the Connecticut DEEP
 Directions to Eastern and Western District Headquarters
 Directions to DEEP Facilities
 Directions to DEEP Headquarters
 Phone/Fax Numbers

 Forms for Business/Industry
 Forms for Individuals/Homeowners
 Forms for Municipalities/State Government

Main Navigation Pages
 Air, Land and Water
 Environmental Quality
 Materials Management
 Monitoring the Air, Land and Water
 Natural Resources
 Public Participation
 Waste Management
 Welcome to the Connecticut DEEP/ Environmental Protection

 Acronyms used on the DEEP Website
 Commissioner Klee's Testimony Against the Repeal of the Clean Power Plan
  EPA’s Proposal to Repeal the Clean Power Plan Testimony of Robert J. Klee Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection November 29, 2017 Testimony of Commissioner Robert J. Klee against the repeal of the Clean Power Plan delivered in Charleston, West Virginia on November 29, 2017.
 Connecticut Summit on Business Sustainability
  Hear directly from Connecticut businesses about their sustainability initiatives that save money, increase profits, promote recognition, and offer new business opportunities.
 DEEP Shortcut Addresses
 Environmental and Health Updates and Advisories
 Environmental Protection Begins With You
 How Do I....
  Answers to many commonly asked questions about the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
 January 2015 Winter Storm
  Information for Municipalities, Political Subdivisions and Agencies of the State of CT
 October Snowstorm - Follow-up
 Online Services
  DEEP is continuing to expand its online business offerings.
 Public Notices
  Public Notices are provided as a convenience to the public. The official legal notice has been published in accordance with the requirements of all applicable laws.
 Risk Assessment of Artificial Turf Fields
  In response to public interest and concern, four state agencies, the University of Connecticut Health Center (UCHC), The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES), the Department of Public Health (DPH) and the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) completed a two-year comprehensive evaluation of the health and environmental impacts associated with artificial turf fields containing crumb rubber infill.
 Storm Sandy Updates
 The Things We Do For You
 Tips for Viewing and Using Fillable PDFs
 What is the DEP

Related Links
 Related Links - Environmental Education
 Related Links - Water
 Related Organizations - Federal, Connecticut Agencies & Other Organizations

Reporting Problems
 Environmental Concern-Violation - Related Info
 Reporting Environmental Problems

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