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Connecticut Programs and Resources
Bureau of Air Management
This Bureau works to maintain and improve air quality so, health standards are met while promoting pollution prevention and compliance assurance.
Bureau of Waste Management
This bureau works to minimize adverse effects from the treatment, storage, disposal and transportation of solid and hazardous wastes, hazardous substances, and pesticides.
Bureau of Water Management
This bureau administers programs to protect and restore the state’s surface and ground waters and related resources to protect public water supplies as well as protecting aquatic life.
Connecticut Department of Education
The Department of Education houses information that can help teachers, students and parents with questions they may have regarding kindergarten through 12th grade state education programs.
Connecticut Department of Recreation and Natural Resources
This site provides links to the Bureau of Natural Resources, Outdoor Recreation, and the Environmental and Geographic Information Center.
Connecticut Municipal Recycling Coordinators
This site contains a list of local recycling coordinators and their contact information.
This site provides information regarding the recycling programs within the state.
Council on Environmental Quality
The Council on Environmental Quality is the state agency that monitors environmental trends in Connecticut and makes recommendations for improving state environmental policies.
Department of Environmental Protection
This department conserves, protects and improves the natural resources and environment of the state.
Household Hazardous Waste Programs in Connecticut
This site provides a list of local collection facilities for household hazardous waste.
This site provides information about pollution and ways that pollution prevention can be implemented.
United States Environmental Protection Agency-Region 1, New England
This agency serves the environmental programs in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.