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Environmental Health Services

Environmental Health Services (EHS) is responsible for safeguarding the health of Nevada residents and visitors by preventing avoidable death and disease. From our proactive stance, we utilize the following public health protection tools: education, frequent inspections and enforcement action, when necessary. EHS establishes reasonable standards, issues permits, and operates in the following public health arenas: food establishments, drug and cosmetic manufacturers, dietary supplement manufacturers, public bathing, correctional facilities, schools, RV parks, state parks, child care facilities, private on-site sewage systems and septic pumpers. EHS staff respond to emergencies impacting public health such as food truck wrecks, floods, sewage discharge, fires, and foodborne illness outbreaks.

 
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Permit to Operate
Food Establishments
  Food Establishments
  Label Review Application
  Exemption From Food Establishment Permit
  Certificates of Free Sale
Temporary Food Establishments at Special Permits
  Local Events
  Burning Man
  Event Coordinator
Cottage Foods Registration
Farm to Fork Registration
Shellfish Distribution Program
Bottled Water Program
Individual Sewage Disposal System
Septic Tank Pumping Contractor
Septic Tank Loan Certificate
Public Bathing Places (Pools and Spas)
County Jails and State Honor Camps
Camping and Recreational Vehicle Parks
Drug Manufacturing
Cosmetic Manufacturing
Public Accommodations (Hotels and Motels)
Partners Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

John Marcello
Regional Food Specialist
51 West 3rd Street, Suite 265
Tempe, Arizona 82581

 
 
 
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