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COVID-19 Regional Office Page

Life is rapidly changing for everyone and new directives are being sent hourly on what we need to do to contain the spread of COVID-19. Our foremost concern is to keep everyone safe. This morning it dawned on me for the first time, and some of you may be in my situation, my age puts me in the high-risk group.

Using Air Quality Forecasts

Map of New England Showing AQITo minimize potential health impacts from open burning, we recommend utilizing air quality forecasts when planning the burn. Depending on the meteorological conditions, the proximity of the burn to residences, and air quality level on the day of the burn, smoke from open burning may cause health problems such as respiratory effects or aggravation of heart and lung diseases.

Rules, Guidance Documents, & Procedures

The Sites Management Section maintains a variety of guidance documents intended to assist property owners, prospective purchasers, environmental consultants, and other interested parties in the remediation of contaminated properties. Updated versions of these documents will be provided here as they become available.

 


 

Get Assistance

Question MarkTo get assistance,  you can

  • Call 802-622-4111
  • Email Ed.Antczak@vermont.gov 
  • Write us a letter and send it to The Environmental Assistance Office, 1 National Life Drive - Davis 3, Montpelier, VT 05620-3804

 

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