Environmental Quality Council
The Environmental Quality Council withdrew its objection to proposed rules governing the disposal of radioactive waste in Montana landfills at its May meeting.
Chronic wasting disease may not be the illness of the moment, but the neurological ailment continues to threaten deer, elk, and moose in Montana.
The Environmental Quality Council (EQC) continues its work examining policies related to chronic wasting disease (CWD) at its meeting May 27-28. Members of the bipartisan council are meeting via Zoom teleconference starting ...
The Environmental Quality Council will hold a video conference on April 27 at 2 p.m. to discuss a Department of Environmental Quality proposed rule on radioactive waste.
All meeting materials are available on the EQC website at http://leg.mt.gov/eqc
This meeting is open to the public. The meeting will be streamed live on ...
Environmental Qaulity Council Chairman Jim Keane and Vice Chair Mike Lang today cancelled the March 25-26 EQC meeting in light of the nationwide response to COVID-19.
The next EQC meeting is still tentatively scheduled for May 27-28. The chair and vice chair will monitor the council's workload and issues of concern raised by members to determine whether any ...
EQC hears about neurological disease, collaborative wilderness efforts, decommissioning energy facilities, wildlife location data
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