The Environmental Services Division ensures all Public Works, Flood Control District and Capital projects comply with applicable environmental laws and regulations. Staff is responsible for writing public disclosure documents for CEQA and NEPA, obtaining regulatory permits from resources agencies when needed, coordinating with Public Works engineers to reduce the environmental impacts of projects where feasible and coordinating the implementation of mitigation measures when required.
For questions regarding food safety, water safety or waste management, contact the Environmental Health Division of the Health Services Department.
For questions regarding toxic and hazardous substance, contact the Hazardous Materials Division of the Health Services Department.
For information about how to recycle household hazardous materials, visit www.cccrecycle.org/hhw or call the local facility you are eligible to use based on where you live: East County 925-778-4040, West County 888-412-9277, Central/South County 800-646-1431. For additional reuse and recycling information, visit www.cccrecycle.org or call the County’s Recycling Hotline at 800-750-4096.