Finding Lead in Your Home
This 20-page booklet educates people about steps they can take to prevent lead poisoning in the home. It provides information about sources of lead to help people identify their level of risk, recommendations of what to do to protect children, and examples of where lead may be found in the home. The document discusses lead in paint, soil, water, work sites, items used in some hobbies and pastimes, as well as common, household, and imported consumer products.
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