New Brunswick. Environment and Local Government

Regional Environmental Services Branch, Region 4 Saint John

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Contact Information
Office Phone 506-658-2558
Crisis Phone Environmental Emergencies: During Work Hours call the Regional Office as listed above. After Hours: Canadian Coast Guard at 1-800-565-1633.
Fax 506-658-3046
E-Mail patrick.stull@gnb.ca
Website www.gnb.ca/0009
Primary Contact Patrick Stull, Regional Director; Phone: 506-658-2558; Email: patrick.stull@gnb.ca
Mailing Address PO Box 5001 
Saint John, NB E2L 4Y9
Description & Services
Description of service(s) Regional services include: 
 
Managing environmental emergencies. 
 
Ensuring compliance with Departmental Acts and Regulations, through auditing inspection,investigation and enforcement. 
 
Managing environmental remediation projects. 
 
Facilitating application for permits/approvals. 
 
Providing administration of LSD budgets. 
 
Overseeing solid waste collection in the LSDs. 
 
Administering dog control in the LSDs. 
 
Administering fire protection services for LSDs. 
 
The Index of the Quality of the Air (IQUA) is a service provided by the New Brunswick Department of the Environment and Local Government and is updated three times per day, seven days a week. IQUA measures the following compounds: sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, and hydrogen sulphide, based on data collected from stations in Southern New Brunswick.  
 
IQUA information is available by telephone at the following numbers: in Fredericton, (506) 451-6001; in Moncton, (506) 851-6610; in Saint John, (506) 636-4991; in Miramichi, 506-773-7045; in Edmundston, 506-739-1814; in Bathurst, 506-548-3220; and in Caraquet, 506-726-5288, and through the website. 
 
IQUA information is also available from The Weather Channel.
Areas Served Charlotte County ; Kings County ; St John County
Languages English ; French
Location information
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
8 Castle St
Saint John, NB E2L 3B8
 
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Intersection Off Waterloo Street
Accessibility Fully Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (30) Provincial Government
Print Material Various publications and audio/visual materials are produced and distributed free in New Brunswick. Available in either English or French.
Subjects
Service Categories Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning ; Environmental Hazards Evaluation ; Land Use Planning and Regulation Services

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