Our Registered Environmental Health Specialists specialize in identifying and evaluating environmental hazards that may impact public health.
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Our Registered Environmental Health Specialists specialize in identifying and evaluating environmental hazards that may impact public health. Some of the key responsibilities of our professionals include:
A REHS are responsible for inspecting various types of facilities including restaurants and schools to ensure that they are in compliance with environmental health regulations.
These professionals are trained to identify and evaluate environmental hazards, such as air pollution, water contamination, and hazardous waste that may pose a threat to public health.
A REHS may develop and implement programs to prevent or mitigate environmental hazards.
A REHS may conduct research to better understand the environmental factors that impact public health and to develop new strategies for preventing and controlling environmental hazards.
Spotted Laternfly Reported Guidelines
What to do: If you see egg masses, scrape them off, double bag them and throw them away. You can also place the eggs into alcohol, bleach or hand sanitizer to kill them.
Collect a specimen: Specimens of any life stage can be turned in to the New Jersey Department of Agriculture’s lab for verification.
Take a picture: A photograph of any life stage (including egg masses) can be submitted to [email protected]
If you can’t take a specimen or photograph, call the New Jersey Spotted Lanternfly Hotline at 1-833-223-2840 (BADBUG0) and leave a message detailing your sighting and contact information.