Environmental and Consumer Health
BURLINGTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT COMPLAINT FORM
Environmental Health is the status of our physical surroundings,
including the air we breathe, the land we use,
and the water we drink. The Environmental Health Section protects us from contamination
of our food and water,
ensures safety where we live, work and play and obtains “Right to Know”
data about the potential harm of products
used in the communityand work place. Inspection, investigation, environmental response
and enforcement of
environmental health regulationsare key to safeguarding the public’s health.
For more information call
Raw Milk Press Release
New Fees for Retail Food, Body Art, and Bathing Places
Fact Sheet for Residents and
Local Governments in the Event of a Delay in Refuse Collection
The Burlington County Health Department Lead Inspectors/Risk Assessors conduct childhood
lead poisoning investigations alongside public health nurses to determine contributing
factors to the lead poisoning in children ages 0-72 months within and around residential
properties. If you are concerned over your child's exposure to lead, contact your
local pediatrician and have him or her tested.
Healthy Homes Training "CONTAMINANTS"
Healthy Homes Training "PESTS AND PESTICIDES"
Healthy Homes Training "HOME SAFETY"
Healthy Homes Training "MOLD AND MILDEW"
It It Your Home?
New Jersey Department
of Community Affairs Leadsafe Program
Lead Hazard Evaluation and Abatement Code N.J.A.C. 5:17
Community Right-to-Know Program
Dispose of Hazardous Waste Properly
Call 609-499-5317 For More Information
Contact the Division of Environmental &