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Environmental Exposures in Child Care

The Children’s Environmental Health Network and the Environmental Law Institute recently published a report, Reducing Environmental Exposures in Child Care Facilities: A Review of State Policy, which reviews environmental exposures in child care facilities.

The report includes information on the following:

  • Environmental Tobacco Smoke
  • Radon
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarms
  • Mold and Dampness
  • Building Ventilation and Temperature
  • Pesticides
  • Lead-Based Paint
  • Asbestos
  • Other Chemical Exposures: Cleaning, Renovation, and Consumer Products
  • Facility Site/Location
  • State Non-Regulatory Initiatives: Education, Assistance, and Incentives
  • Where to Find State Statutes and Regulations Online

Read the full report

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