Maryland DLLR

MES Forms Strategic Industry Partnership with Charles County, MCET and MRWA, Awarded EARN Grant from State

While scientists and environmental activists make the news headlines, water and wastewater operators are the unsung heroes of the Chesapeake Bay. A perfectly designed treatment plant will fail without trained operators. Yet young people pass up the opportunity for this challenging and rewarding career; there’s that “Ed Norton” perception of the water/wastewater operator. But those…

Aerial photograph of the excavations in Chsrles County

Maryland Environmental Service Cultural Resources Staff Protect and Study Archaeological Sites for State Highway Administration

Did you know that Maryland Environmental Service has a Cultural Resources Staff (archaeologists and architectural historians) who work for the Maryland State Highway Administration? We do and we work with SHA to protect and study historic properties and archaeological sites all over Maryland, as well as participating in outreach efforts to share our findings with…