DEEP: Video Library

Video Library
 

 
Our videos are available as WMV files.  Most have closed captions. How to display captions in Windows Media Player
 
Many DEEP videos are also available on our YouTube Channel at ww.youtube.com/CTDEEPvideos.
 
 
 
What is the DEP?   (Length: 15 minutes; 2008)
 
Air
Aquifer Protection
Composting
Earth Day
Electric Cars (EV Connecticut) and Zero-Emission Vehicles (ZEV)
Energy
Fishing
Forestry
Home Heating Oil Tanks
Inland Wetlands and Watercourses
LEAN
Natural Resources
  • Celebrating 150 Years of Natural Resource Conservation in Connecticut - This documentary highlights the history of natural resources in Connecticut from the 1600s to present day. This milestone anniversary marks the establishment of the Fisheries Commission in 1866, which launched today’s comprehensive efforts to conserve resources, waters, woodlands and habitats – as well as wildlife and aquatic species
 
Recycling
  • Electronics Recycling - A humorous announcement informing CT residents how they can recycle their unwanted computers and TVs for free.
  • Paint Recycling
    • Paint Recycling PSA - A humorous video informing CT residents how they can recycle their unwanted leftover paint for free.  (40 second video)
    • PaintCare for Retailers - Shows paint retailers the benefits of having their business become a PaintCare partner. It also provides details on what is involved with becoming a drop-off site for leftover paint. (Length: 3 minutes)
    • PaintCare for Transfer Stations and Household Hazardous Waste Programs - Shows municipalities and regional agencies the benefits of having transfer stations or household hazardous waste collections become drop-off sites for leftover paint. It also provides details on what is involved with becoming a PaintCare partner  (Length: 4 minutes)
  • Tales From The Trash Can - A humorous video reminding DEEP staff to recycle at their main office. (Length: 3 1/2 minutes)
Remediation
 
Stormwater
Sustainability
Wastebusters
 

 
Internet Explorer: 
Use Windows Media Player to view WMV files. This is typically the default player in IE.
 
Google Chrome:
Google Chrome will not automatically play WMV files.  You will need to download and install a media player or plugin that will stream the WMV files. There are many WMV video players available in the Chrome Web Store.
 
Firefox:
WMV files can be played in Firefox with the Windows Media plugin.
 
Apple/Mac Products:
WMV files will not automatically play in Mac products.  There are a number of programs that will play WMV on Mac that can be downloaded from the Mac App Store.  You can also convert WMV to MOV (download software or use free online services) and then the MOV files can be opened using the QuickTime Player.