Environmental Protection Department
The USEPA Proposed Clean-up Plan for the Koppers Superfund Site was realeased on July 15, 2010. Click HERE to go to the Cabot Koppers Superfund page to view the document.
The 2008 and 2009 Alachua County Government Greenhouse Gas Inventory is now available. Click HERE to see the Final Report. Click HERE to see the Presentation to the Board of County Commissioners.
New Water Conservation Initiative Report. Click HERE to learn more and get involved!
Alachua County's Hazardous Waste Collection Facility Generates Solar Power! View the new 11 Kilowatt Solar Photovolatic System.
Aquires, manages, and improves environmentally significant lands to protect water resources, wildlife habitat, and to provide natural areas suitable for resource-based recreation. Visit our site to learn more.
Staff monitor Alachua County's surface water, groundwater, springs and wastewater facilities. Help to protect resources by minimizing your personal pollution. Visit our site to learn more
Staff protect the water, soil, air quality and property values in Alachua County from current and future impacts of hazardous materials discharges. Visit our site to learn more
Staff are responsible for ensuring that new and existing developments comply with Alachua County's land development regulations related to natural and historic resources protection. Visit our site to learn more
Staff provide oversight and management of clean-up at contaminated sites, inspection and regulation of underground storage tanks, promotes reduction in air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, provides environmentally proper hazardous waste collection and disposal and promotes public education in pollution prevention. Visit our site to learn more
Manages clean-up of petroleum contaminated sites and the inspection of above ground and underground storage tank facilities.
- Environmental Protection Department
- 408 W. University Avenue
- Suite 106
- Gainesville, FL 32641
Hazardous Materials Management
Hazardous Waste Collection