Environmental Health Section
Air quality permits, air quality compliance, air quality impact analysis, air quality monitoring, radiation, lead-based paint, asbestos and indoor air quality.
Analysis of environmental samples, environmental laboratory certification and microbiology.
Clean water state revolving loan fund, drinking water program including operator certification, training, and facility inspections, and drinking water state revolving loan fund.
Hazardous waste program, PCB (polychlorinated biphenyls), Brownfields, Underground Storage Tank program, antifreeze registration, petroleum product testing, Solid Waste Program, pollution prevention and abandoned automobile.
Surface water quality/management, water quality special projects, waste-water facility/permits, groundwater protection program.
New or Changed Rules
Need more information or have questions? Please call the Environmental Health Section at 701.328.5150.
You may also subscribe to the email list for public notices to receive updates about new or changed rules. For information on Environmental Protection Agency regulations, please see: http://www.epa.gov/lawsregs.