Posted by Bluerod on January 04, 2002 at 17:04:18:
So after you look this list over, start calling or writing to express our (your) interests and concerns about getting stuff out of our lakes and streams.
List of Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) Commissioners – I have emailed one of these gentlemen and when I get a reply I’ll post any advice he shares with me. http://www.adem.state.al.us/AboutAdem/EnviroMgmtCom/commissn.htm
The ADEM overview statement – good to read this and other info so we get smart with the system: http://www.adem.state.al.us/AboutAdem/AgencyOverview/agencyov.htm#Public%20Affairs%20Office
ADEM, contact for Water: (334) 271-7823/ fax (334) 279-3051. Email is H2omail@adem.state.al.us
Page of links to just about every state of Alabama department, city gov't, county gov't, etc: http://www.piperinfo.com/state/al.htm
Don Siegelman: http://www.governor.state.al.us/office/main-contact.html and click on "click here to send an email"
The EPA. Although skeptical of the PR spin they might have on the web, I was impressed with the spirit of service that seems present throughout the site.
"Protecting Our Water Environment - A Responsibility Shared By All Americans" is found at:
This has even more links that are very interesting.
U.S. EPA, Region 4
Coastal & NPS Section
61 Forsyth St., S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
TELEPHONE: (404) 562-4300
FAX: (404) 562-9343
Alabama, NPS Program Coordinator, Duane Robertson email@example.com (404) 562-9398. NPS stands for Non Point Source, such as fertilizer and chemical runoff from farms and residential land.
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