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United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Home Safety - Indoor Air and Radon

1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20460-0003

Distance: 393 Miles

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Home safety programs provide education, information or consultation about physical risks in your residence and how to eliminate them to promote health and well-being

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Information and resources about keeping homes, schools and businesses safe places to breathe

Learn about indoor air quality threats, and what can be done about them, including:
* Asbestos
* Biological pollutants (like mold)
* Carbon Monoxide (CO)
* Formaldehyde
* Lead
* Nitrogen Dioxide
* Pesticides
* Radon
* Particles in air
* Tobacco smoke
* Heating smoke
* Volatile Organic Compounds

Learn about topics, including:
* Environmental asthma triggers
* How to make schools safer for air quality
* Floods and climate change impact on indoor air
* How to get rid of air quality problems
* Check out a sample house for places to look for air problems
* The science behind indoor air quality
* Who to contact for more information and help

The Office of Radiation and Indoor Air provides information on radon, including:
* Health risks
* Test kits
* Map of radon zones
* Radon professionals
* Real estate
* Testing and fixing your home
* State radon contacts
* Drinking water

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United States


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