The Environmental Health Officer (EHO) monitors and investigates the health and hygiene of registered premises, such as food or liquor outlets, camping grounds, hairdressers, swimming pools and mortuaries, and grant licences to them.

They also investigate environmental problems or conditions that could endanger public health such as monitoring noise control of industries, overcrowding in housing, contaminated water, air quality and littering.

- 87226/2006-09-16


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