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Radon in child care: Review of state policies


The purpose of this report is to provide information about how states have addressed one indoor air contaminant that may pose serious health risks for children and child care staff: radon. A number of states have incorporated radon requirements into their laws and regulations governing child care facilities. These policies provide an important starting point for the many other states around the country that can benefit from establishing measures to reduce radon exposure. (author abstract)

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