In 2010, the Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection began the state’s largest and most expensive urban residential cleanup of toxic chemicals to date.
Nearly 300 million waste tires are generated each year in the U.S.; four million in Kentucky alone.
Even so, Kentucky’s Division of Waste Management (DWM) sees a growth potential for RMA.
Since 2016, the agency has been helping local governments fund road resurfacing projects using RMA.
By Roberta Burnes Division of Air Quality With video by Lanny Brannock Office of Communications A special camera, used by the Kentucky Division of Air Quality (DAQ), is enabling air quality inspectors to detect air pollution. The Forward Looking Infrared Camera, or FLIR (pronounced “Fleer”), helps facilities discover […]