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Juneau State Office Mailing Address Update

All mail sent to the DEC office in Juneau through the U.S. Postal Service must be addressed to P.O. Box 111800. Beginning October 1, all mail addressed to our Willoughby Avenue address will not be delivered and will be returned to sender by the Post Office. This change only impacts incoming mail to the Juneau office.

Environmental Crime Stories

Date Headline and PDF download
01/06/2015 Settlement and Plea Agreement Reached in Adak Bulk Fuel Oil Spill
03/27/2014 Idaho-Based Environmental Clean-up Company along with Father and Son Directors Indicted for Scheme to Defraud and Theft
03/11/2014 Kodiak Fish Processor Pleads Guilty to Illegal Dumping of Ammonia and Ordered to Pay $205,000 in Criminal Penalties
11/26/2013 Seward Resident Found Guilty After Dumping Oily Bilge into Seward Small Boat Harbor
04/12/2013 Kodiak Man Pleads Guilty to Illegal Use of Pesticides
08/29/2012 Houston Septic Pumper Convicted in Palmer Superior Court of Pollution of Land/Air/Water
05/02/2012 Fishing Lodges Guilty of Illegal Garbage Dumping
04/16/2012 Former President of TDX Power, Inc. Pleads Guilty to Environmental Violation
03/09/2011 Alaska seafood processor to pay 1.9 million in penalties to settle state and federal environmental claims
04/15/2010 Guilty Pleas for Emissions Scammers
06/08/2009 F/V Westward, LLC and Employee Plead Guilty to Pollution and Reckless Operation
08/08/2008 Dale R. Pruitt Pleads Guilty to Prohibited Operation and Oil Pollution Charges Related to F/V Nordic Viking Grounding
02/09/2007 Grant Aviation found guilty of violating oil spill laws at Emmonak Airport
02/02/2007 Jury convicts Anchorage man for environmental crimes
12/01/2006 Goldpanner Chevron fined for breaking environmental laws
12/09/2005 ADEC criminal investigators arrested Olson for illegally installing septic systems and theft