Office of Environmental Health (OEH)
Environmental Health is a branch of Public Health that focuses on how the built and natural environments can impact human health, either positively or negatively. OEH works with the people and organizations of the Bering Strait region to identify, evaluate, control, and ultimately prevent environmental health issues.
|Drinking Water Lab||Institutional Environmental Health||Internship Program|
|Environmental Planning||General Request-Based Services||Air Quality|
|Rabies Prevention and Control||Food Safety||Healthy Homes|
|Integrated Pest Management||Harmful Algal Blooms|
- See updates regarding Harmful Algal Blooms in the region here.
- The ANRV Vets were recently in many villages. If they were in your village, please take our feedback survey!
- August 19th 11:00-11:45AM — Solid Waste management Training Series: Burning
- September 12th 11:00-11:45AM — Solid Waste management Training Series: Community Composting, Food Waste
OEH Routine Services
Have questions about recycling, backhaul, or contaminated sites? Contact Kawerak’s Environmental Program
|Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
|Harmful Algal Bloom Program
|Norseman II HAB Alert August21_final
||Norseman II HAB Alert August19_EF
|20220816 Press Release - Algal Blooms Alert final
||Norseman II HAB Alert July 26_final
|General Request-Based Services
|Rabies Flyers (2)
||Solid Waste Management Training Series-1
||OEH DW Lab FAQ final
|OEH Mold Flyer July 2018
||Bed Bug Control Booklet_FINAL