Percolation tests for septic systems may be delayed due to COVID-19 response.
Water and Septic Inspections related to loans will be coordinated on a case by case basis.
All staff are available for questions and concerns.
Environmental Health Staff have contacted all restaurants to answer questions about the new public health order and to help facilities follow the order.
COVID-19 & Salud Ambiental
Las pruebas de agua continuarán como de costumbre.
Las pruebas de filtración para sistemas sépticos pueden retrasarse debido a la respuesta COVID-19.
Las inspecciones hídricas y sépticas relacionadas con los préstamos se coordinarán caso por caso.
Todo el personal está disponible para preguntas e inquietudes.
El personal de salud ambiental se ha comunicado con todos los restaurantes para responder preguntas sobre la nueva orden de salud pública y para ayudar a las instalaciones a cumplirla.
NCHD's Environmental Health Division protects our communities from environmental hazards through focused efforts on food safety, water and air quality, and zoonotic disease. Many of the programs we oversee are governed by state statute as well as local regulations that have been adopted by the NCHD Board of Health. Our environmental health staff, referred to as generalists since they work in every program we offer, perform various inspections, license facilities and provide education on a number of topics to help protect our communities against environmental hazards.
In addition to regular duties, environmental health staff also respond to signed complaints regarding environmental issues such as illegal dumping, unsafe food practices, and compliance violations. If you have a complaint to file, download the Compliance Complaint Form below, fill it out and bring it to one of our offices. Only signed complaints will be followed up on.