Environmental Health Supervisor
308 Jefferson St . Whiteville, NC 28472
(PO Box 810)
FEE SCHEDULE - EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2021
Environmental Health is responsible for ensuring the following programs comply with regulations established by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public Health.
PERMIT INQUIRY FORM
Environmental Health provides the following services:
•Septic permits for new installations, existing systems, and repair for a failing septic system
•Well permits for new wells
•Water samples for private wells
•Food and Lodging permits and inspections
•Permits and inspection for tattoo facilities
•Permits and inspection for public swimming pools
•Lead poisoning investigations
•Inspection of Childcare facilities
•Limited food service permits
•Temporary food establishment permits
Septic Permit Requirements:
Environmental Health samples well water ONLY. The Environmental Health Specialist will take the sample from your well, please keep in mind water samples can only be taken on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of each week.
Food and Lodging Plan Review Requirements:
- All new food and lodging facilities must complete a plan review before obtaining a permit to sell food in the State of North Carolina, this includes any remodels as well.
- Completed plan review packet click here for packet
- Menu and explanation of any specialized processes
- 911 address
- Scaled drawings of proposal
- Fee: $200.00
Temporary Food Establishments
Temporary Food Establishments are required by North Carolina state law to obtain permits from this department before selling any food. A temporary food establishment is an individual or organization that serves food or drink in connection with a fair, carnival, circus, public exhibition, festival, or other similar gathering. If your group is tax exempt and has a 501-C3 form from the IRS please submit with your application you will not receive a permit. Click here for TFE application.
Mobile Food Unit/Pushcart Application
Click here for application
Environmental Health is responsible for investigating complaints received from the public against food and lodging establishments. We are also required to investigate sewage complaints from the public. However, North Carolina does not regulate mold and the identification or inspection of mold complaints. If you have questions about mold please call 919-707-5950.
Each swimming season a new permit for the pool and wading pool is required.
Required documentation for a permit:
- Copy of certified pool operator certificate
- Pool Drain Safety Compliance Data form click here
- Drain cover information if drain covers have been replaced since last season