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    Taxonomy Code: JP-6500.1900

    Programs that provide general information about specific environmental pollutants, associated safety hazards, testing procedures and measures for remediation.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Environmental Epidemiology and Toxicology (Cherry Creek Dr S) - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentProvides risk assessment consultations for other agencies and the public. The program independently reviews, interprets and presents information on the physical, chemical, toxicological, and epidemiological properties of environmental contaminants that pose a potential or existing hazard to human health and the environment.Denver CountyCherry Creek Dr - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentColorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Environmental Hazard Assistance (Denver) - United States Environmental Protection AgencyProvides assistance for those facing an environmental hazard, such as asbestos, lead, water contamination, pesticides, mold, pollution, and more.Denver CountyDenver - United States Environmental Protection AgencyColorado Environmental Protection Agency
    Environmental Health - Lake County Public HealthThe work of Environmental Health is to minimize the public's exposure to environmental hazards whether at home, work, or play. Services provided: - Air Quality - Water Quality - Private Well & Drinking Water Testing - Food Safety/Consumer Protection - Radon Testing - Restaurant Inspections - Child Care Facility Inspections - Body Art Facility Inspections Lake County112 W 5TH STLake County Public Health
    Environmental Health Services - Montezuma County Public HealthEnvironmental Health Specialist provide food borne illness prevention and control of communicable disease through inspections of restaurant, grocery and convenience stores, schools and daycare facilities. Environmental Specialist also help prevent groundwater contamination through On-Site wastewater system installation, inspection and education. Specialist help to prevent zoonotic diseases such as Hantavirus, West Nile Virus and Plague through surveillance and public education.Montezuma County106 W NORTH STMontezuma County Public Health
    Health Promotion - Gilpin County Public HealthPromotes health through the following: - Nutrition and Weight Management to help plan and live healthy lifestyles - Sexual Health Education about sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS - Environmental protection for sanitation, water, air, and other resources - Webinars - ClassesGilpin CountyGilpin County Public HealthGilpin County Public Health
    Healthy Homes Program - City of Fort CollinsExists as a free, indoor air quality program for residents of the City of Fort Collins aimed at improving the air quality of homes by reducing chemical and biological pollutants and promoting safety. During the assessment, two Master Home Educators will come to your house and go through the following process: - Initial discussion and interview - Non-invasive walk through inspection to identify problem areas and concerns - Set up a Radon test kit - Distribute fire/smoke alarm and Carbon Monoxide detectors if needed At the end of the walk through, the Master Home Educators will leave you with 3-5 low-cost or no-cost recommendations based on the following categories: - Chemical contaminants (i.e. toxic cleaning materials and pesticides) - Moisture problems (i.e. mold or moisture damage) - Pests problems (i.e. bed bugs, rodents, etc.) - Ventilation problems - Asthma and allergy triggers - Home maintenance Residents also now have the capability of conducting their own assessment using the online “Do It Yourself” tool https://healthyhomes.fcgov.com Larimer CountyCity of Fort CollinsCity of Fort Collins
    Radiation Regulation - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentFor questions about health, people can call the State's free info line for questions about radiation and health toll-free 1-877-462-2911 (CO-HELP). Denver CountyEnvironmental Quality - Colorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentColorado Department of Public Health and Environment

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