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The primary objective of the Environmental Safety Division is to continually meet or exceed the City's and public's expectations for environmental safety by promoting industry involvement, developing community awareness programs and controlling hazardous conditions through education, engineering and enforcement of Federal and State requirements.

The Environmental Safety Division is comprised of an Environmental Safety Manager.  State and Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) responsibilities include chemical disclosure programs, Risk Management Plan (RMP) audits and inspections, hazardous waste control, underground tank and aboveground petroleum tank regulation.  Industrial wastewater pretreatment and storm water inspections are additional responsibilities required to meet National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) water pollution control requirements.  The Environmental Safety Division also responds on hazardous materials incidents to assist fire suppression units.  The Division is also responsible for annual billings, as well as processing required permits for regulated activities.  Finally, providing environmental data for public inquiries and real-time facility chemical information for emergency responders continue to be important elements of the program.

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