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Public health

We deliver a wide range of public health services, including monitoring for noise, air and water quality, smoke and pest control.

Air quality

We are responsible for complaints about air pollution that relate to industries or facilities and for regulating and managing vegetation burn-offs.

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Asbestos

When Asbestos is disturbed, it produces a dust that contains asbestos fibres. Fibres breathed into the lungs can cause a range of health problems.

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Contaminated land

Land can be contaminated by solids (including asbestos), liquids, gases or odours that make it unsafe or unsuitable to live or work on.

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Food and drink

All local businesses that serve food to the public are regulated by Council and the NSW Food Authority.

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Hair and beauty

If your business undertakes personal appearance services to comply with public health laws.

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Legionnaires disease and regulated systems

Poorly maintained cooling water systems (cooling towers) and warm water systems may provide ideal conditions for the growth and transmission of Legionella bacteria.

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Mosquitoes and arboviruses

We monitor mosquito numbers, test mosquitoes for viruses, and investigate mosquito-borne diseases in our community to control Arbovirus.

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Noise

No one wants to live next door to a noisy neighbour or a construction site. There are things you can do to manage the impact of noise.

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Public and commercial pools

Our role is to monitor the standard of operations of swimming pools to assist you in providing a safe and hygienic swimming environment for your customers.

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Stormwater, runoff and drainage

It is important to manage stormwater effectively as it can cause damage to the environment and public health and poses a risk to the safety of our community.

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Water supply and management

We supply our customers year-round with clean, safe drinking water which is fully compliant with the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines and NSW Health requirements.

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