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    Taxonomy Code: JP-6500.1800-450

    Programs that conduct tests which measure the lead content in dishes, toys, water pipes, paint and other household items; and/or supply test kits that can be used in the home for this purpose.

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    Environmental/Conservation ServicesInformation about asbestos and lead removal, radon information, fish advisories, air quality, hazardous waste sites, pesticide information, public water supplies, oil or chemical spills. Information about Lead Test Kits available.AlbanyHAZARD MATERIALS EDUCATION AND LEAD TEST KITSNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
    Evaluation/Inspection ServicesThe Residential Lead Inspection unit is responsible for conducting environmental lead assessments at residential housing units. Assessments are done at homes that have children with elevated blood lead levels. Program issues "Notice of Demand" to remediate lead problems within these homes. Residential lead inspections are also done on a "request" basis as a fee-based service.SchenectadyRESIDENTIAL LEAD INSPECTIONSCHENECTADY COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES

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