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Environmental public health addresses the interrelationships between human health and the environment.  The environment does not only include the natural environment and natural hazards but also the human-built environment and the unintended human contribution to illness and harm on human health.  SCPH addresses these threats through a multi-dimensional approach: public education, regulation, monitoring, remediation, coalition building and advocacy.

Air Quality

Air Monitoring
Air Quality Index
Indoor Air Quality
Open Burning
Gasoline Dispensing Facilities
Fugitive Dust
Air Pollution Permitting

Reportable Disease Reporting
Outbreak Invesigation
Outbreak Surveillance

Restaurant Inspections
Foodborne Illness
Food Safety Education
Food Safety Training

Lead Poisoning Prevention
Smoke Free Ohio
Housing Consultation
Bed Bugs
Hotel/Motel Sanitation
Jail Inspection
NEW Bee Keeping Information

Camps, RV and Recreation Parks
Pools, Spas, Beaches
Tattoos and Body Art

Closed Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
Closed Industrial Landfills
Solid Waste Transfer Stations
Infectious Waste
Construction/Demolition Debris

Solid Waste Complaints
Mercury Spills
D.U.M.P. Program
Sharps Disposal

Mosquito Control

Drinking Water
Residential and Commercial Wastewater Systems
Point of Sale Inspections of Water/Wastewater Systems
Storm Water



The fee schedule is currently being updated. For questions about fees, please call 330-926-5600.








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