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 08/27/15   Voluntary Nationwide Recall Of Grey Wash Tattoo Inks And Tattoo Kits by Thousand Virgins Corp Due To Microbial Contamination
A Thousand Virgins Corp. in Miami (City of Industry), FL is recalling various lots of tattoo inks due to microbiological contamination. Use of these products may cause bacterial infection and can lead to sepsis, a potentially life-threatening complication of an infection. Visit the link below for more details.
Recall - Voluntary Nationwide Recall Of Grey Wash Tattoo Inks And Tattoo Kits by Thousand Virgins Corp Due To Microbial Contamination
 08/14/15   Change in Percolation Rate Determination Process for Septic Systems (Effective 09/01/15)
DEHS requires an approved percolation test report prior to the construction of any onsite wastewater treatment system. For more information, please click the link below.
Change in Percolation Rate Determination Process for Septic Systems
 06/30/15   Re-Entry After a Fire
In the aftermath of a fire, the state of your facilities may have been negatively affected. Prior to re-entry,your facilities must return to a level that meets regulatory requirements. If your facility is affected by fire ash, smoke, or fire suppression chemicals, please see the flyer below.
Click here to view Re-entry Checklist for Facilities




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