Mono County

Welcome to Environmental Health

  • About Environmental Health

    Environmental Health provides program implementation in all environmental health disciplines. The environmental health staff apply planning, inspection, enforcement, and public education skills in the regulation of food establishments, sewage disposal facilities, water systems, well construction, swimming pools, and recreational health facilities, occupied housing, underground storage tank facilities, solid waste facilities, land use development, rabies and vector control, and the management of hazardous waste/materials.

  • Electronic Reporting and Hazardous Materials Business Plan Requirements


    Per California Health & Safety Code 25503.5, all businesses that manage hazardous materials and/or hazardous wastes in quantities of 55 gallons (liquids), 200 cubic feet (compressed gases) and/or 500 pounds (solids) shall submit a Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP) to the local enforcement agency within 60 days of starting business or within 30 days of a significant change in operations.

    The local enforcement agency in Mono County is the Mono County CUPA.