CEP SOLUTIONS: PROTECTING PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Welcome to Chester Environmental Partnership Online
The Chester Environmental Partnership has positioned itself as an environmental watchdog agency concerned about the health and welfare of residents of the City of Chester and surrounding communities. Our focus is our determination to address and seek resolution for the health impacts of environmental hazards such as air toxics, hazardous waste, and water pollution. Representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, health institutions, local government, local businesses and industry, and the community come to the table to develop collaborative strategies to protect the community and to resolve issues that may arise from time to time.
This short video provides further introduction to the Chester Environmental Partnership and our work:
If you have an environmental issue, we recommend that you follow these steps:
1. Frequently Asked Questions - Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Section located under the “About CEP” tab at the top of any page or click here. This section contains questions and the appropriate responses for issues residents commonly confront.
NOTE: Contact Numbers are provided for residents of the City of Chester, Pennsylvania. All other residents, please contact your local municipalities.
2. Issues Resolution Matrix - Refer to the Issues Resolution Matrix Section located on the tab at the top of any page. This section was designed to provide furtherassistance with any problems that may not have been addressed in the Frequently Asked Questions section.
For the latest news click over to Environment In The News To view images of our home area you are invited to examine the Image Gallery To examine links to resources that CEP has found to be useful, select Links
We look forward to our fellow residents and partners to use this site to the fullest extent possible as we look to bring about the targeted and positive changes to our environment.