Hazardous Materials Control

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    Taxonomy Code: JD-6500.1800

    Programs that control the levels of hazardous substances that are released into the environment and manage the disposal of hazardous waste materials that are byproducts of an industrial society.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Environmental Health Division - Delta County Public HealthPromotes environmental and public health through educational, voluntary, and regulatory programs by providing: - Septic system permits - Restaurant inspections - Open burning permits - Household hazardous waste disposal - Information on the West Nile virus - Inspects child daycare and schoolsDelta County255 W 6TH STDelta County Public Health
    Environmental Health - Garfield County Public HealthProvide advice and assistance handling questions, complaints or concerns with environmental issues that impact human health. Services offered: - Air Quality Monitoring - Water Quality Monitoring/Testing - Restaurant Inspections - Food Safety Training - Child Care / School Facilities Inspections - Disease Surveillance & Response Garfield County2014 Blake AvenueGarfield County Public Health
    Environmental Health - Montrose County Health DepartmentEnvironmental health and protection refers to protection against environmental factors that may adversely impact human health or ecological balances. Services may include: - Air Quality - Water Quality - Regional Lab & Aquatic Safety - Schools & Day Care Inspections/Licensing - Body Art & Tattoo Inspections/Licensing - Restaurants / Special Events Inspections/Licensing - Vector (animal transmitted diseases) Monitoring Montrose County1845 S TOWNSEND AVEMontrose County Public Health
    Environmental Health (Parfet St) - Jefferson County Public HealthProvides services to Jefferson County residents in the following areas: - Environmental Health Services - Food Safety - Air and Water Quality - Zoonosis-Animal Borne DiseasesJefferson CountyParfet St - Jefferson County Public HealthJefferson County Public Health
    Environmental Health Services (Pagosa Springs Office) - San Juan Basin HealthSan Juan Basin Health Department’s Environmental Health Division shall protect, promote, and enhance the health and well-being of the public and the environment by: - Assessing and mitigating environmental health risks - Providing educational opportunities - Creating community partnerships - Collaborating with other agencies Services available: - Air Quality - Food Safety & Consumer Protection - Controlling the spread of Enterovirus D68 in Child Care settings - Water Quality - Septic Systems - Stormwater - Water and Sewer testing - Insect and Animal Borne DiseasesLa Plata County502 S 8TH STSan Juan Basin Public Health
    Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division (Cherry Creek Dr S) - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentRegulates the following: - Solid waste - Radioactive materials - Hazardous waste treatment - Storage, disposal sites and facilities Denver CountyCherry Creek Dr - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentColorado Department of Public Health and Environment

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