Basic Information

The Czech Environmental Inspectorate

The Czech Environmental Inspectorate is a professional body of state administration, which is charged to supervise the compliance with valid laws in the area of nature protection. This body also monitors whether the binding decisions of administrative authorities in the field of nature protection are adhered to. The Czech Environmental Inspectorate was established in 1991 by the Act No. 282/1991 Coll. of the Czech National Council and is a state subsidised organisation subordinate to the Ministry of the Environment. The national inspectorate is divided into 10 regional inspectorates each of which are responsible for environmental inspection in their given region.

The main duties of the Czech Environmental Inspectorate are checks, investigations and revisions at localities.

The Czech Environmental Inspectorate website: www.cizp.cz