DOVER — Angela Marconi has been named as new director of the Division of Air Quality within the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.
The Division of Air Quality aims to address Delaware’s air quality issues, ensures regulatory compliance with air permits and enforces the state’s air quality regulations in conjunction with the federal Clean Air Act.
Ms. Marconi succeeds David Fees, who is retiring at the end of May from DNREC after a more than 25 year career in state government.
Mr. Fees joined DNREC in 1995 as an engineer. He became director of the Division of Air Quality in 2018.
Ms. Marconi, an environmental engineer and program manager, has been responsible for all air permits issued in the state, overseeing a team that includes managers, engineers and support staff during her last four years with DNREC.
Before joining DNREC in 2015, Ms. Marconi, who holds a master’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Delaware, with a concentration in environmental engineering, worked in engineering positions with Cabe Associates and the Delaware Solid Waste Authority.