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Articles about 'Environmental health':

  • Animal regulations and licences
    Environmental Health and Trading Standards enforce a variety of legislation relating to animals, animal health and animal feed.
  • Environmental Health - Infectious Diseases
    Environmental Health are proactive and reactive in investigating and controlling instances of food or water-borne diseases and infections within West Lothian.
  • Environmental Health - Licences
    The Environmental Health team will: monitor and control the operation of all premises in which animals are boarded, sold or kept; identify all houses in multiple occupation; monitor and control conditions in premises which require to have a licence under the various Acts; monitor and control conditions in caravan sites.
  • Environmental health - food
    Environmental Health provide guidance and advice with regard to Food Safety in addition to carrying out inspections and investigating complaints.
  • Environmental health and food safety
  • Health and safety
    Environmental Health investigate accidents, work-related diseases and dangerous occurrences reported to the service, taking enforcement action where necessary and giving advice as appropriate.
  • Multiple Occupancy Homes
    Environmental Health can advise and investigate all aspects of Houses in Multiple Occupation
  • Noise pollution
    Environmental Health has responsibility for investigating most types of noise problem in West Lothian.
  • Pest control
    The council's pest control investigate and, where necessary, treat premises and land where designated pests are found.
  • Pollution
    Responsibility for pollution is shared between West Lothian Council and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
  • Pollution - water
    Responsibility for water quality and poltion is shared between West Lothian Council and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA).
  • Pollution control - asbestos
    Environmental Health provide advice on the safe disposal of asbestos.
  • Pollution control - water
    Responsibility for water quality and poltion is shared between West Lothian Council and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA).
  • Support for businesses - information for food business
    Access the form to register your food business with Environmental Health.
  • Vehicle Emissions
    If you leave your vehicle idling when you are stationary you are contributing to air pollution.