IEC Affiliate Notes (February 1991)

IEC Affiliate Notes (August 1991)

IEC Bulletin (January 1991)

  • Review of state budget cuts
  • Landfill and wetlands failed in veto session and put off until spring
  • Review of annual conference
  • List of upcoming events

Tags: Budget; Landfill; Wetlands; Recycled; Wildlife; Organic; Alton Lake Heritage Parkway

IEC Bulletin (April 1991)

  • IEC progress report
  • Statehouse report
  • IECEF joins in regional groundwater protection project
  • List of upcoming events

Tags: Recycling; Wildlife; Fishing; Landfill; Wetlands; Parks; Hazardous Wastes; Groundwater; Solid Waste

IEC Bulletin (August 1991)

  • Review of session
  • Session at a glance
  • Incinerator ban extended
  • Two groundwater committees get to work
  • List of upcoming events

Tags: Hazardous Wastes; Solid Waste; Recycling; Energy; Wetlands; Pesticides; Pollution; Groundwater

IEC Bulletin (October 1991)

  • Report on Governor’s actions on bills
  • Environmental community represented at wetland hearings
  • Announcement for Citizen Leadership Team for groundwater
  • List of upcoming events

Tags: Hazardous Wastes; Medical Waste; Forest Preserves; Ethanol; Recycling; Wetlands; Groundwater; Endangered Species

IEC Bulletin (December 1991)

  • Plans for “State of the Environment” report
  • Review of veto session
  • Groundwater action projects
  • Review of annual conference
  • Local success stories on waste reduction

Tags: Hazardous Wastes; Toll Roads; Trails; Wetlands; Groundwater; Clean Air; Rivers

IEC Action Alert (May 1991)

IEC Legislative Handbook (1991-1992)

1991 Message from IEC

Environmental Voting Record 1991

IEC 17th Annual Conference

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