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Sule Oyofo

DG, STAFF SHOWER ACCOLADES ON MR SULE OYOFO AS HE RETIRES FROM CIVIL SERVICE

It was a day already known and prepared for, but when it finally dawned it came with mixed emotions for the management and staff of the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency, NESREA. It was the 31st day of August 2020 and marked the last day in office for the Deputy Director, Press and…

NESREA and Customs

NESREA AND CUSTOMS MEET, STRENGTHEN INTELLIGENCE

Tackling illicit trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora, as well as illegal shipment of hazardous waste into the country are two areas of collaboration between the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency, NESREA and the Nigerian Customs Service. The combined efforts of both Agencies of government have successfully reduced incidences of…

CALL FOR CRITIQUE AND POSSIBLE INPUTS TO THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

The under listed National Environmental Regulations are subjected for review to accommodate current and emerging issues in the respective sectors of the environment: National Environmental (Protection of Endangered Species in International Trade) Regulations. The purpose for the review of this regulation is to address domestic trade of listed endangered species. National Environmental (Air Quality Control)…

NESREA Inspection

WATER POLLUTION: NESREA DG LEADS INVESTIGATION OF CHINESE COMPANY

The Director General of the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency, Prof. Aliyu Jauro, Wednesday, led an investigation team on an unscheduled inspection of a gold mining company, Hongao Mining Company Limited, a Chinese company in Kutasa community in Karshi District of the Federal Capital Territory. The visit followed complaints by residents alleging that…

INVITATION TO TENDER/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (NESREA) NO.4, TWON BRASS STREET OFF MUHAMMADU BUHARI WAY GARKI II, ABUJA INVITATION TO TENDER/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)   1.0       INTRODUCTION The National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA) is a governmental organization responsible for the protection and development of the environment, biodiversity conservation and…

Recruitment Scam Alert

Disclaimer: Notice of False Recruitment We have become aware that some fraudulent individuals have been posting job advertisements on some websites fraudulently offering employment positions at NESREA to the public if they submit their curriculum vitae/resume, call the advertised contact numbers and pay an admin fee. We categorically dissociate NESREA from these adverts and website…

Invitation for Comments on Some National Environmental Regulations

The National Environmental Standards & Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA) is in the process of reviewing the underlisted National Environmental Regulations available on the Agency’s website: The National Environmental (Electrical Electronic Sector) Regulations The National Environmental (Sanitation and Waste Control) Regulations The National Environmental (Food, Beverages and Tobacco Sector) Regulations The National Environmental (Domestic and Industrial…

2020 Accreditation of Environmental Consultants

Consequent upon the emergence of Covid 19 in the country and in compliance with the guidelines/rules of operation issued by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), the Agency has designed this form to facilitate an online submission for the 2020 Environmental Consultant Accreditation exercise. Interested applicants are requested to submit their applications on/before 30th…

Guidelines for Handling Infectious Waste Within the Context of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

An infectious waste can be defined as waste suspected to contain pathogens e.g. laboratory cultures, waste from isolation wards, tissues (swabs), materials, or equipment that have been in contact with tubing, catheters, IGS toxins, live or attenuated vaccines, soiled plaster and other materials contaminated with blood, urine, sputum, faeces of infected patients.