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RECORD NUMBER: 43 OF 268
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Developing and implementing a lead dust outreach, monitoring, and education program in your community : the Syracuse Lead Dust Project /|
|CORP Author||National Risk Management Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH. Office of Research and Development.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Subjects||Lead--Environmental aspects--New York (State)--Syracuse. ; Dust control--New York (State)--Syracuse. ; Environmental education--New York (State)--Syracuse. ; Environmental monitoring--New York (State)--Syracuse. ; Lead--Environmental aspects--New York--Syracuse ; Dust control--New York--Syracuse ; Environmental education--New York--Syracuse ; Environmental monitoring--New York--Syracuse|
|Additional Subjects||Environmental monitoring ; Lead(Metal) ; Paints ; Dusts ; Air pollution abatement ; Public information ; Community planning ; Technology transfer ; Citizen participation ; Lead poisoning ; Syracuse(New York)|
|Collation||99 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
This technology transfer case study is designed to address two main goals. The first goal is to show how the Lead Dust Outreach, Monitoring, and Education Project in Syracuse, New York (Syracuse Lead Dust Project), is using a variety of effective, low-cost public information and education techniques to reduce childrens exposure to elevated levels of lead dust in their homes and day care facilities. The second goal is to provide information, recommendations, suggestions, and tools to assist individuals or groups who are developing similar programs to address the problem of lead dust in their communities. The lessons learned are based on the experiences of the Syracuse Lead Dust Project and several other programs that are highlighted at various points throughout this case study.
"February 2003." "EPA/625/R-02/014." Microfiche.