The Environmental Services Department for the Clark County School District delivers reliable services to ensure the environmental health and safety of students, their families, educators and staff, and the public while on Clark County School District property.
We are a responsive team with the knowledge and expertise to efficiently and professionally investigate, monitor and resolve district-wide environmental issues and complaints. We successfully develop, maintain and implement environmental compliance programs to make certain district-wide activities comply with established environmental laws and regulations, and District policies and procedures.
Environmental Services provides oversight and assistance in complying with Federal, State, and local environmental health and safety laws. We also provide administration of asbestos, hazard communication, hazardous materials and waste, and underground storage tank management programs. Environmental Services receives, investigates, evaluates, and reports on environmental compliance issues, complaints and concerns within the District or as referred by external regulatory agencies.
- Performing indoor air quality investigations
- Collecting routine and special water quality samples
- Asbestos, lead based paint, and mold testing and remediation oversight
- Performing air emission equipment inspections and permitting
- Compliance with AHERA
- Compliance with EPA Standards
Please contact us for assistance or for further information regarding these services.
“CCSD Environmental Compliance at Work”
Serving 300,000 students and more than 40,000 employees within Clark County (8,012 Sq. Miles) with 357 schools (pre-K to 12) and approximately 2,491 buildings that are located in 14 cities throughout Southern Nevada