Thuringian State Office for Environment, Mining and Nature Conservation

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The TLUBN office building in Göschwitz
Weimar service building used by the State Administration Office and TLUBN

The Thuringian State Office for the Environment, Mining and Nature Conservation (TLUBN) is an authority of the Free State of Thuringia , which on January 1, 2019, through the merger of the Thuringian State Institute for Environment and Geology (TLUG) with the Thuringian State Mining Office and the Environment Department from the Thuringian State Administration Office im In the course of the functional and administrative reform of the Thuringian state government under the Ramelow I cabinet arose. To this end, Article 8 of the Thuringian Administrative Reform Act 2018 (ThürVwRG 2018) of December 18, 2018 (GVBl. Pp. 731, 741) passed the Thuringian law on the restructuring of authorities in the field of environmental administration (ThürNeustrUmwBG). As the upper state authority, it is subordinate to the Thuringian Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Nature Conservation . The state office is based in Jena ( Göschwitz ), two branch offices in Weimar (Carl-August-Allee and Harry-Graf-Kessler-Str.), One branch in Gera , one regional measuring point in Jena and Gera and one regional point in Suhl and Sondershausen . The state bird protection station in Seebach is also part of the TLUBN .

The president of the TLUBN is Mario Suckert.


Among other things, the TLUBN is responsible for the areas of ecology and nature conservation , mining , pollution control , recycling and waste management , water, soil , contaminated sites , geology and groundwater , environmental information , environmental education, spatial analysis, environmental analysis and environmental radioactivity.

The TLUBN is also responsible for the geological state service.

According to Section 103 (2) of the Thuringian Water Act , the TLUBN is the Upper Water Authority of the Free State of Thuringia.

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