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MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

  • Lee Metcalf Building (Main Office)
    1520 E. Sixth Avenue P.O. Box 200901
    Helena, MT 59620-0901
    Phone: 406-444-2544
    Fax: 406-444-4386 TTY: 406-444-9526
  • DEQ Downtown Office (former National Guard Armory STARC)
    1100 North Last Chance Gulch P.O. Box 200901
    Helena, MT 59620-0901
    406-841-5200
    MONTANA NATURAL RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
    1515 E Sixth Ave PO Box 201800
    Helena, MT 59620-1800
    FAX Number 444-0266
    TDD (Telephone Device for the Deaf) 444-3005
    MONTANA GIS DATA LIBRARY
    406-444-5356

    Laws and Regulations
    1991 law establishes a 25% recycling goal by December 31, 1996. There are no reporting requirements, hence there are no estimations on recycling rates. A proposed rewrite of the Integrated Waste Management Act hopes to provide more accurate data on the states recycling rate.

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    Educational Opportunities

  • Montana State University Recycling
  • University of Montana Environmental Studies
  • Montana Pollution Prevention Program
  • Recycle Montana!

    News
    A budget item to create a biodiesel testing facility in Montana has been put back into the budget. It would give the state and Montana businesses and individuals the ability to ensure biodiesel made in Montana meets ASTM Standards (America Society of Testing and Measurements), a cost that would otherwise deter Montana production. http://savefoundation.blogspot.com/
    Hundreds of outdated wooden signs from Montana State Parks and Fishing Access Sites have been recycled to house birds and bats around the state. http://fwp.mt.gov/news/article_2865.aspx
    Atomizing carburetors and catalytic converters for two-stroke engines also hold the promise of an after-market solution to snowmobile emissions. Atomized Fuel Technologies of Apple Valley, Calif., has tested snowmobile engines equipped with atomizing carburetors and catalytic converters (as an alternative to electronic fuel injection). Although it does not yet offer a commercial product, AFT intends to offer kits for retrofitting engines of major snowmobile manufacturers with atomizing carburetors and catalytic converters at a cost of about $750. AFT carburetor and catalyst technology was fitted to a Polaris 550 snowmobile engine, and test by an independent testing laboratory (California Environmental Engineering). The outcome, compared to baseline tests against a stock engine, showed a hydrocarbon reduction of 72.5 percent, and CO reduction of 82 percent. NOx emissions were increased by 7 percent. http://deq.mt.gov/CleanSnowmobile/solutions/engine/modifications.asp

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