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Food Sanitation

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Individual Water Supply

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Other Programs

Recreational Water Facilities

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Other Items


Environmental Health Procedures Manual

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Information Resources

This page contains links to external agencies.  The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Public Health Sanitation Division is not responsible for the content of the following sites.

Hepatits A Information

Food Facility Disinfection

Food Manager Guidance

Zika Virus Information

CDC - Zika Information click here

Prevention

Mosquito Control

West Virginia Bureau for Public Health - ZikaWV.org

 

Bed Bug Information

Important!  Bed Bug Pesticide Health Advisory

 Legal Aid of West Virginia:  Bed Bugs in Your Rented Home Information for Tenant

 

EPA Registered Bed Bug Products

CDC Bed Bug Information

A Guide To Controlling Bed Bugs In Your Home

Bed Bug Information  - Public Health, Seattle & King County Health Department

Bed Bugs - Prevention and Control

EPA - Bedbugs: Get Them Out and Keep Them Out

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC)

Associations

Mold and Moisture

Threat Preparedness Information

Flood and Other Natural Disaster Information

Local Health Department Web Sites

 

Food Safety Information

Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)

  • MRSA Information Flyer developed by the Infectious Disease and Epidemiology Program is now available. 

  • How to Fight Staph information flyer, developed by the Infectious Disease and Epidemiology Program, is now available. 

More information on community-associated MRSA and staph bacteria is available from the CDC.

Onsite Sewage System / Wastewater Information

Pest Control Information

Rabies

Recreational Water Facilities - Swimming Pools

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Information

Solid Waste / Open Dump and Meth Lab Dump Reporting

Water Well Links - Office of Environmental Health Services

Water Well Links - other

West Nile Virus Information (WNV)

West Virginia Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program

Page Updated: 06/18/2018