The phones at the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality have been ringing non-stop with complaints of foul, unexplained odours ranging from burning tires to chemicals.
What does LDEQ stand for?
LDEQ stands for Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
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- Low-Dimensional Electron Gas (physics)
- Louis Dreyfus Energy Holdings, Ltd. (UK)
- Laboratorio de Estudios Interculturales (Spanish: Intercultural Studies Laboratory; University of Granada)
- Longman Dictionary of English Language and Culture
- Licensed Direct-Entry Midwife
- Loading Dock Equipment Manufacturers
- Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (Columbia University)
- Limited Donor Exposure Programme
- Lincoln-Douglas Education Project (Geneva, NY)
- Local Development and Employment Pact (UK)
- LADAR(Laser Radar) Development and Evaluation Research Facility (US DoD)
- Light Duty Ejector Release Unit
- Leader Development and Education for Sustained Peace (Monterey, CA)
- Lateral Digital Extensor Tendon
- Low-Delay Embedded Transmission
- Lactose Dehydrogenase-Elevating Virus
- License and Document Evaluator (US Coast Guard)
- Logical Device (number)
- Landing Exercise
- Laboratory Director's Funds
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), at the request of Orleans Parish, took over the leadership role for the problem of removing the estimated 125 sunken vessels remaining in Municipal Harbor at the end of 2006.
With ozone nonattainment we are trying to do everything we can, not only because of health implications but other concerns too," said Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality deputy secretary Karen Gautreaux.
It provided the EPA and the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality with plenty of data to show the company was keeping the public and the environment safe.
It also said Houston-based Pelican acknowledged that it had violated numerous standards in its permit -- including emissions of potentially deadly hydrogen sulfide -- and submitted false emissions reports to the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.