Environmental Health And Safety
Environmental Health & Safety assists the university community in providing and maintaining a safe work environment for students, faculty, staff, contractors, and visitors. The EHS mission also encompasses responsibilities of protecting the local community and environment from potential hazards generated by university activities.
EHS Promotes Stormwater Pollution Prevention
“Don’t Strain the Drain” was the EHS message conveyed at the annual CSULB Earth Day Mixer in April. EHS staff were available in the beautiful setting of the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Gardens to provide information and spread awareness of the effects of stormwater pollution and preventative measures the public can perform to curb illegal and unnecessary discharges to local waterways.
City of Long Beach: http://www.longbeach.gov/pw/resources/stormwater-management/To learn more about how to keep local waterways clean, follow these links:
Los Angeles County: https://dpw.lacounty.gov/epd/cleanla/Stormwater.aspx
Safe Drinking Water Act: Long Beach Water Department Consumer Confidence Reports
In accordance with Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, the Long Beach Water Department publishes an annual Water Quality Report. The Water Quality Report describes, with clarity and great detail, the quality of the City's drinking water.
- Campus Drinking Fountain Action Plan for 2018
- Long Beach Water Department Consumer Confidence Reports (external site)
- CSULB Drinking Water FAQ
- CSULB Hydration Stations Location Map
- Campus Drinking Fountain Lead Test Results - Post 1990 Buildings
- Campus Drinking Fountain Lead Test Results - Pre 1990 Buildings