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N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources

NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Environmental Assistance and Customer Service - outreach

Environmental Assistance and Customer Service

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Contact Us

Toll-Free Number:

(877) 623-6748

Local Number (Raleigh Area):

(919) 707-8100

Web Address: 

ncenvironmentalassistance.org

Mailing Address:

1639 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1639

Physical Address:

217 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
(Click here for office locations and map)

Outreach

The Recycle Guys characters Can Guy and Dottie Bottle encourage recycling in a fun and entertaining way.The N.C. Division of Environmental Assistance and Customer Service (DEACS) is committed to promoting environmental awareness and helping individuals and businesses make more informed environmental decisions. We understand that you want accurate and easily comprehensible information and data when it comes to environmental and natural resource issues. Whether seeking guidance on how to reduce your environmental impacts, searching for tools or materials on waste reduction, reuse or recycling or simply wanting professional advice on reducing water and energy usage, we provide you with timely and relevant information.

A DEACS representative teaches students about sediment, the number one stream pollutant in North Carolina, at the Buncombe County Environmental Field Days.We are a team of professionals dedicated to providing outreach and training to our customers through various outlets on our website as well as direct, customer-focused attention from our new Environmental Assistance Center. Our work focuses on inspiring change and facilitating action while producing sustainable results and providing cost-saving alternatives. Overall, we strive to make our community and environment a better place.

 

DEACS Listservs:

P2Assist - P2assist is a dynamic forum for anyone interested in discussing and sharing information regarding environmental issues. Users include businesses, industries, governments, consultants and environmental stakeholders. This DEAO-sponsored listserv is for the sharing of environmental and technical ideas, and a place to seek guidance and assistance from peers in practicing pollution prevention.

NC GreenTravel - NC GreenTravel Listserv is a free mailing list dedicated to promoting and sharing information about creating and maintaining environmentally sustainable lodging properties, restaurants, parks, museums, attractions, resorts and other"green" travel-oriented businesses. The listserv is a free venue for making announcements, comments, sharing solutions, and asking questions about issues relevant to "greening" the travel industry, however advertising and promoting products and services is not allowed.

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