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South East Zone

South East Zonal Headquarters
Plot OB-B Area E, New Owerri Layout,
Opposite All Seasons Hotel,                       
Owerri, Imo State.  

E-mail: sezone@nesrea.org
Phone: 08174614191, 08174614192

Imo State Office
Plot OB-B Area E, New Owerri Layout,
Opposite All Seasons Hotel,                       
Owerri, Imo State.                                          

E-mail: imo@nesrea.org
Phone: 08174614191, 08174614192

Enugu State Office,
16 Colliery Avenue,
G.R.A, Enugu.

E-mail: enugu@nesrea.org
Phone: 08174634768, 08174634769

Ebonyi State Office,
2, Hillview Close, Off Ezza Road,
Abakaliki, Ebonyi State

E-mail: ebonyi@nesrea.org
Phone: 08174614179, 08174614180

Anambra State Office,
Old Secretariate,
Chief Jerome Udoji Street,
Aroma, Awka, Anambra State

E-mail: anambra@nesrea.org
Phone: 08174614187, 08174614188

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The creation of the 6 Zonal Headquarters and 19 State Offices, not only facilitated the speedy emergence of good environmental governance at the state level, but also the creation of employment opportunities for the citizens of the state, thereby reducing social decadence, and empowering the people economically;

As a result of the enforcement programmes of NESREA, industry and business are becoming more mindful of their corporate social responsibilities and their environmental stewardship, and are employing environmental officers in their facilities and creating new jobs for NESREA accredited environmental consultants;

Various types of “green” jobs are being created both in the manufacturing and service sectors, which are eco-friendly and beneficial to our national development.

NESREA Head Office

No. 4 Oro-Ago Street,
Off Mohammed  Buhari Way, 
Garki- Abuja

E-mail: dg@nesrea.org
Phone: 08096508800, 08174634670

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