The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality works to protect citizens from the adverse health impacts of pollution. The department is responsible for the assessment of environmental problems. It oversees facilities that generate air, water and hazardous waste pollution. The department offers education, outreach and technical assistance programs for businesses and local government agencies. The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality also monitors air and water quality. The department handles cleanup projects for contaminated sites. It maintains regional offices in Boise, Lewiston, Pocatello and Twin Falls in Idaho. The department has a water quality division that provides guidance for managing stormwater and protects the quality of public drinking water and ground water resources. The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality operates air quality and technical services divisions.