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Effective July 1st, 2021, CalEPA has increased the annual State Surcharge 29 June 2021

Effective July 1st, 2021, CalEPA has increased the annual State Surcharge

If you are permitted for activities like storing hazardous materials, generating hazardous wastes, or maintaining underground storage tanks, you will notice a small fee change on your permit invoice.

E-Check Payments Now Accepted 29 June 2021

E-Check Payments Now Accepted

The Department of Environmental Health is now accepting E-Check payments. A $1.50 service fee will be applied.

Riverside County reopens with removal of capacity limits, distancing requirements for most businesses and events. 15 June 2021

Riverside County reopens with removal of capacity limits, distancing requirements for most businesses and events.

Riverside County, and the rest of the state, reopens today (June 15) with capacity limits and physical distancing requirements removed for most businesses and events. However, other safety measures may be needed based on the type of business or event.

Don’t Mix Pool Chemicals! 11 June 2021

Don’t Mix Pool Chemicals!

Most pool chemicals are not compatible, and when mixed can lead to fires, explosions, or chlorine gas release. Take precautions this summer to avoid accidents when cleaning or adjusting the chemicals in your pool.

California’s Harmful Algal Blooms 20 May 2021

California’s Harmful Algal Blooms

Cyanobacteria (also known as blue-green algae) and algae occur in freshwater and estuarine waterbodies. Some algae can produce harmful compounds, such as toxins and taste and odor compounds, that cause health risks to humans and animals.

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