We support University of Delaware students who are calling for full disclosure of the toxic chemicals used on UD campus grounds, and for the University to transition to non-toxic and organic lawn care products.
In November 2012 DNREC Secretary O'Mara filed an administrative penalty against Formosa Plastics Corp for violating its air quality permits. We thank Secretary O'Mara for taking this action to protect the environment and public health.
Letter to DNREC thanking them for retesting fish in Dragon Run to reassess the fish consumption advisory for public health and safety.
We are writing to request a public hearing for the Delaware City Refining Company’s Olefins Restart Application. This project would restart the Olefins Unit, which has been out of service since May 2001, to produce nonene from polymerized gasoline components from the refinery’s Catalytic Polymerization Unit. This project would introduce new risks to the surrounding communities and environment, making a public hearing necessary.
Sign on letter with the Delaware Riverkeeper Network petitioning them to exercise jurisdiction over all natural gas pipeline projects.
November 14, 2012: letter to DNREC regarding proposed changes to Delaware Regulations Governing Design, Installation and Operation of On-site Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Systems
The Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club has concerns about the proposed changes to the Delaware Regulations Governing Design, Installation and Operation of On-Site Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Systems, as they pertain to different standards that are set for the Chesapeake Bay tidal areas than Delaware’s other watersheds.
Our public comments on Draft Amendment 2 to the Interstate Fishery Management Plan for Atlantic Menhaden.
The Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club requests that all DNREC permit applications and documents for public review be made available for download on the DNREC website.