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View the "2022 By the Numbers" Infographic highlighting DEQ's 2022 accomplishments in providing science based environmental stewardship for the health and prosperity of all North Carolinians.

North Carolina’s Dam Safety Program recently received the Southeast Regional Award from the Association of Dam Safety Officials for its work protecting North Carolinians.

This September, DEQ Secretary Elizabeth Biser joined Governor Roy Cooper in the community of Ivanhoe in Sampson County to highlight a transformative water infrastructure grant.

DEQ has made it easier than ever for North Carolina communities to apply for the financial support they need for drinking water, wastewater and stormwater projects with a streamlined online application portal.

The Recycling Markets Directory has been relaunched with interactive features to help North Carolina businesses and organizations recycle the material they generate by connecting them with nearby recyclers.

Marine Patrol Pilot Mark Daniels taxied the 2004 Cessna 182 to a runway at Carolina Regional Airport in New Bern.

North Carolina is known for encompassing three scenic regions within the state lines.  The presence of the sparkling coast, vast piedmont, and towering mountains contributes to t

Learn how to tell the difference between Common Dolphinfish and Pompano Dolphinfish.

DEQ Secretary Elizabeth Biser visits Purchase Knob and learns how salamanders, lichens and other native species respond to improvements in air quality.

Division of Marine Fisheries Director Kathy Rawls put on her fishing boots and went to the beach at Cape Point in Hatteras this week, but she wasn’t trying to hook a fish.