Continued the development of a new software program (Digital Health Department) to interface with the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) in compliance with State requirements for electronic reporting. Business are REQUIRED to report through CERS and the program will allow for a seamless process for Division members to enter required Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement information. This information is electronically available to State officials.
Conducted approximately 100 inspections involving hazardous materials, hazardous wastes, extremely hazardous substances, underground tanks, and emergency release planning.
Completed inspection and reviews of on Risk Management Plans for the handling of ammonium hydroxide for air pollution control and storage of ammonium hydroxide.