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by Susana ยท January 06, 2015

Identifying Lead Hazards

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, "Lead-based paint and lead contaminated dust are the most hazardous sources of lead for U.S Children. Identifying lead hazards can help prevent lead poisoning.

Lead can be found in soil outdoors and can be found indoors in paint and dust.

Lead hazards may be paint chips, lead in household dust, and can be found on surfaces of windows and doors.

Since lead is completely preventable you can create an environment where children do not come in contact with lead. Identifying and treating children who have been poisoned by lead can help prevent further complications.

What Makes Lead Paint A Hazard?

  • Deteriorated Lead Paint
  • Lead found in friction surfaces (windows, stairs,floors, stairs)
  • Lead found in residential buildings, child occupied facilities
  • Lead paint that is chipping or peeling
  • Surfaces that have lead and are disturbed can create dust to distribute through the air

If you need any help on removing any lead based paint, Alliance Environmental Group,Inc is a certified lead removal contractor. Our professionals are trained in lead safe work practices of proper containment and removal, thorough site decontamination, and lawful disposal.

Download a free copy of our Asbestos, Lead Paint & Mold eBook to learn how to mitigate the liability risks associated with common environmental threats found in residential properties.

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