Ministry of Environment and Water Resources – Oyo State Government
The Ministry of Environment and Habitat took off as the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources on 1st January, 2001. The law that established it was published in the Oyo State Gazette No.33 Vol. 26 of 9th August, 2001. It metamorphosed from the Environmental Sanitation Board (1988 – 1989), Environmental Protection Commission (1989 -1996), and Environmental Protection Agency (1997 – 2000). The Ministry is now Ministry of Environment and Habitat in line with the transformation, reposition and restoration agenda of the present administration in the State. In March, 2016, the Ministry was merged with the Ministry of Water Resources and now called Ministry of Environment and Water Resources. The Ministry also has supervisory role over the Oyo State Solid Waste Management Authority.
Lagos-Ibadan Express Way Toll Gate Area Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria
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