California Environmental Protection Agency
The California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) was created in 1991 by Governor’s Executive Order. The six Boards, Departments and Office were placed within the Cal/EPA “umbrella” to create a cabinet level voice for the protection of human health and the environment and to assure the coordinated deployment of State resources. Our mission is to restore, protect and enhance the environment, to ensure public health, environmental quality and economic vitality.
California Department of Toxic Substances Control
The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) regulates hazardous waste, cleans-up existing contamination, and looks for ways to reduce the hazardous waste produced in California.
County of San Diego
The regional government that provides health and justice services to all 3 million residents of San Diego County and municipal services to the county’s unincorporated areas.
City of San Diego
The City of San Diego’s Official website offers information and online services for departments, business assistance, job opportunities, attractions, beaches, community services, and more.
EPA leads the nation’s environmental science, research, education and assessment efforts. The mission of the Environmental Protection Agency is to protect human health and the environment.
DigAlert, is the One Call Notification Center that supports all of Southern California. Plus, it’s a simple process to help you avoid the costly error of cutting a fiber optic cable or to the hazardous situation of damaging a power line or a gas main.
Your link to environmental data for regulated facilities in California.
OSHA’s mission is to prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths.
Department of Industrial Relations
The California Department of Industrial Relations regulates asbestos work and issues abatement contractor, trainers and consultant certifications in the State of California.
California Department of Public Health
The California Department of Public Health, Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch, directs the Lead-Related Construction Program and enforces state Lead regulations.
An unbiased, multi-disciplinary science organization that focuses on biology, geography, geology, geospatial information, and water, USGS is dedicated to the timely, relevant, and impartial study of the landscape, our natural resources, and the natural hazards that threaten us.
This site from West provides free access to an unannotated version of the California Code of Regulations.
Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable
Member agencies of the FRTR are working jointly to make data more widely available on real experiences and lessons learned in selecting and implementing treatment and site characterization technologies to clean up soil and groundwater contamination at hazardous waste sites.
US Army Corps of Engineers
This diverse workforce of biologists, engineers, geologists, hydrologists, natural resource managers and other professionals meets the demands of changing times and requirements as a vital part of America’s Army.