A FRONT-LOADING CONCEPT DEVELOPED BY THE DEQ LEADERSHIP TEAM
EDUCATION + MEANINGFUL PARTICIPATION = COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT
The Enviroschool program at the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) is the environmental education outreach arm of the Agency that provides training for communities, businesses, and other organizations on a number of regulatory topics. The goal of this program is for the attendees to become informed about the environmental regulatory process and to maintain and improve environmental compliance. These workshops are open to the public. If you are interested, please feel free to register for any of our workshops that are posted below or contact us if you would like additional information.
Open Burning Workshop
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality is sponsoring a free workshop to assist fire departments, municipalities, and the general public with understanding the air quality regulations concerning open burning. This session will give a basic understanding of the regulations, as well as information about open burning do’s and don’ts.
All workshops are from 10AM - 11:15AM.
August 5th: New Orleans Area: Jefferson Parish Library: 4747 W. Napoleon Ave., Jefferson, LA
August 7th: Alexandria Area: Kees Park Community Center: 2450 Hwy. 28 East, Pineville, LA
August 12th: Tangipahoa Parish: Hammond Police Training Center: Conrad Anderson Street (behind the Tangipahoa Airport), Hammond, LA
Business, Community Outreach, & Incentives Division
Post Office Box 4301
Baton Rouge, LA 70821