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Environmental Inspection Division, Department of Environmental Protection, Taipei City Government



TEL: 886-2-25923600
FAX: 886-2-25922008
Address: 4F, No 347, Section 3, Chongqing North Road, Datong District, Taipei City

Transportation Information:
1. By Driving
Take the Interchange from the Taipei Exit of National Highway No. 1 of Zhongshan Expressway to downtown Taipei, go straight to Hami Street, Section 3 of Chongqing North Road, turn left, go straight to Hami Street 59, Lane 21, Alley 21, turn right, and turn left at the first lane on your left Turn, the underground parking lot of Dalong Market is on the left.

2. By Bus
Xinxin Passenger Transport, Sanchong Passenger Transport, Hsinchu Passenger Transport, Pan Air Express (get off at Qi Cong School). Joint bus 47, 223, 246, 302, 304, 601, Chongqing trunk line (get off at Qicong School). Linkou Chang Gung-Taipei Station (get off at Jiuquan Station).

3. By MRT
MRT Danshui Line-Yuanshan Station Exit 2 (about 1 minute walk) bus stop, you can transfer to bus 936, 937 (get off at Qi Cong School). Or go straight along Kulun Street, turn right at the intersection of Section 3 of Chongqing North Road and go straight, and walk for about 15 minutes. MRT Zhonghe Xinlu Line-Daqiaotou Station Exit 3, walk straight for about 8 minutes, turn right and cross the road after arriving at Qi Cong School.


The primary mission of EID is to enforce inspection, supervision, prosecution, and petition based on environmental regulations. There are around 200 staffpersons working at EID currently, and the division is split into 4 sub-divisions according to regions in Taipei City. EID provides services including the 1999 Citizen Hotline, which operates 24 hours-a-day in 3 shifts to dispatch inspectors to pollution sites immediately. The real-time response service effectively enhances the restraint and improvement of environmental pollution. Furthermore, EID strengthens the service by inspecting and controlling various kinds of pollution sources such as water, noise and airborne pollutants from construction sites, mobile sources, food source sites, and vehicles. Through the processes of initial inspection, advising, and applying penalties, we are able to control  pollution sources and achieve a high-quality and healthy environment for all citizens.