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Enforcement Watch

Compliance is a core value of the New Mexico Environment Department. Assuring compliance with state licenses, permits and rules and enforcing against violations when they occur is critical to protecting the public and their environment. Further, enforcing state licenses, permits, and rules ensures a level playing field because facilities that fail to comply with such requirements may incur an economic advantage over competitors. Compliance with state-issued licenses, permits and rules is not optional – it’s required.

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Active Matters Data will be displayed here as it becomes available

This data was last updated on 11/17/2022 at 02:47 PM

ProgramFacility NameAddressCity ZIPCountyCase InitiatedCase ResolvedFile
Air QualityComing soon
Cannabis and HempComing soon
Drinking WaterComing soon
Food SafetyComing soon
GroundwaterComing soon
Hazardous WasteComing soon
Petroleum Storage TanksComing soon
Public Pools/SpasComing soon
Radiation LicensingComing soon
Septic SystemsComing soon
Solid WasteComing soon
Surface WaterComing soon
Worker Safety/OSHAComing soon

Data will be displayed here as it becomes available

This data was last updated on 11/17/2022 at 02:46 PM

ProgramFacility NameAddressCity ZIPCountyCase InitiatedCase ResolvedFile
Air QualityComing soon
Cannabis and HempComing soon
Drinking WaterComing soon
Food SafetyComing soon
GroundwaterComing soon
Hazardous WasteComing soon
Petroleum Storage TanksComing soon
Public Pools/SpasComing soon
Radiation LicensingComing soon
Septic SystemsComing soon
Solid WasteComing soon
Surface WaterComing soon
Worker Safety/OSHAComing soon

What is the purpose of the Enforcement Watch?

The purpose of the Enforcement Watch is to provide the public with increased transparency regarding New Mexico Environment Department’s enforcement activities.

When will the Enforcement Watch data populate?

In January 2023, the New Mexico Environment Department will begin updating the Enforcement Watch data on our website on a monthly basis. The New Mexico Environment Department will also begin uploading historic data as resources allow.

Why is my business on the Enforcement Watch?

If your business or organization is on the Enforcement Watch, the New Mexico Environment Department has notified your business or organization of an alleged violation of a regulation, rule, permit, license, etc.

Until this matter is fully resolved – meaning adjudicated in court of law or administratively resolved, including the full payment of any civil penalties – your business or organization will remain on this list as an active matter.

What should I do if I see an error in the data?

If see an error in the Enforcement Watch data, please contact the respective New Mexico Environment Department program by calling us at (800) 219-6157 or (505) 827-2855.

Contact Us

Main Ph: 505-827-2855
800-219-6157

Headquarters Location
Harold Runnels Building
1190 St. Francis Dr. Suite N4050
Santa Fe, NM 87505

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