One week later, estimated 55 Tons of unknown oil and debris removed from Delaware...

More than 100 personnel have been engaged in the cleanup operation daily over most of the last week, working where needed along the Delaware coastline. SLUAGHTER BEACH (DE): The cleanup of an oil spill from...

Oil Spill Cleanup Intensifies as crews remove more than 21 tons of oil and...

The spill had been carried out into the Delaware Bay by Monday night’s high tide and had dispersed elsewhere on the coast by noon Tuesday. SLAUGHTER BEACH (DE): More than 11 miles of Delaware Coastline...

Command Post Established for Oil Cleanup Efforts on Delaware Shore

A unified command consisting of the United States Coast Guard and Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) was established Wednesday after an unknown oil washed ashore Monday along the Delaware coastline. After...

Seven miles of coastline and several beaches now affected by an estimated 215 gallons...

DNREC Emergency Response has no reported or sighted impacts to wildlife, and also noted the vast numbers of shorebirds and horseshoe crabs that flock to the Bay coast each summer had departed on their...

Delaware recognized as having one of the most effective farmland protection programs in the...

Delaware Aglands Program Ranks Second in the United States for Preserving Farmland Delaware announces 24th consecutive round of easement selections for Aglands Program Dover (DE): Delaware announced its 24th consecutive round of easement selections by...

Beautiful City Initiative tree limb removal collection is Saturday, here’s what you need to...

Wilmington’s Beautiful City Initiative Continues with a Special Citywide Tree Limb Collection Event on Saturday Wilmington (DE): Wilmington’s Beautiful City Campaign—a four-year effort to keep City streets and neighborhoods cleaner and more beautiful—continues this Saturday,...

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