Technical and strategic guidance to ensure the University's activities are designed and operated to minimize impact to the environment.
Our services include the development of programs to comply with applicable regulatory requirements, permitting, and regulatory agency interface, monitor the University's environmental performance through inspections and audits, and eliminate or minimize potentially harmful impacts through execution of University-wide waste management contracts.
Areas covered include air, chemical management and reporting, hazardous and solid wastes, oil and hazardous material management, stormwater, and wastewater.
Director of Central EH&S Systems and Programs
Facilities managers should get ready for the Annual Compliance Certification. Each year EH&S requests updated information on fuel fired equipment, oil storage locations, and other regulated assets to verify compliance with a number of regulatory programs across the University. The annual compliance certification is due each January.
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Equipment with lithium batteries (phones, laptops) must be properly evaluated and packaged before shipping. Lithium batteries have been known to cause catastrophic fires on airplanes. Contact EH&S if you need assistance shipping anything that may contain hazardous materials.