Environmental Health Engineering 

NOTE: As of 31 July 2015, PHCR-Europe has transitioned to the Regional Health Command - Europe. The information here is provided as a courtesy and may not be up-to-date.

Environmental Health Engineering assesses and reduces health risks resulting from hazardous conditions in the environment and provides responsive, cost-effective environmental engineering, drinking water and sanitation, and entomological support to all Department of Defense organizations within our areas of responsibility.

Our trained staff of environmental scientists and technicians utilizes technology as well as their expertise and experience to help you meet your environmental requirements and goals. In addition to our local professional staff and resources, we are able to draw on a reserve pool of other USAPHC resources, competencies, and expertise located worldwide when required.

Our project services include on-site evaluations, assessments, field sampling, formal technical reports, laboratory analyses, operations and maintenance methodology, and regulatory compliance. We can also conduct training workshops for your personnel in many of the subject areas covered on this website.

In addition, we provide professional consulting services to Department of Defense installations at both fixed and deployed/field locations within the CENTCOM, EUCOM, and AFRICOM areas of operation. Consultations range from quick answers on simple problems to in-depth analyses of complex issues.


Drinking Water and Sanitation Program (DWSP)

DWSP provides a broad range of services that enable the implementation of effective drinking water management and waste water managment programs.

Entomological Sciences Program (ESP)

ESP provides field and laboratory services to protect personnel from the health threat posed by pests and vector-borne diseases and to minimize the adverse effects of pesticides.