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  • Childhood Lead Poisioning Prevention Week

    Lead poisoning can seriously affect a child’s brain and nervous system. It can cause learning and behavioral problems. A blood lead test is the only way to identify lead poisoning in children. "The purpose of this campaign is to remind parents that lead poisoning can be detrimental to young children’s health and development. It's important for parents to ask their child’s doctor about lead testing

    10/22/2017

  • Halloween Safety Tips

    Halloween is an exciting time of year for kids. Here are some tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to help ensure they have a safe holiday.

    10/20/2017 2:54:00 PM

  • Recent Cannabis Raid a Reminder that Unpermitted Growing Operations are Illegal

    A recent multi-agency raid on multiple illegal cannabis growing operations in south Monterey County is a reminder that there are restrictions on cultivating cannabis in Monterey County. Engaging in cannabis-related activity in violation of County laws is subject to law enforcement action.

    10/16/2017 9:43:00 AM

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North County Environmental Compliance Workshop

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13th Annual North County Environmental Compliance Workshop

Stormwater Protection - the theme for this years workshop

The Hazardous Materials Management Service of the Environmental Health Bureau, in conjunction with the City of Salinas and the Growers Shippers Association, is pleased to announce the success of our 13th annual Environmental Compliance Workshop! The theme of this year’s symposium was “Stormwater Protection”. Over 160 people from local and statewide businesses and agencies heard presentations emphasizing the importance of the cooperative relationship between the public and governing agencies in protecting the Bay from stormwater pollution. You can access all the speakers’ presentations below.

Thanks to everyone who attended & presented at the workhop

Thank you to all those that took time out of their busy days to attend the workshop and all those that put such effort into putting this workshop on. Well-presented and well attended workshops like this are an effective way of achieving the ongoing goal of maintaining compliance with hazardous materials regulations and protecting the waters of the Bay.

See you next year!

Check back here for future workshop announcements and remember to update your CERS contact information. We will use the email addresses in CERS to contact you for future outreach events.

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