Chemical Hazards Publications

The Chemical Hazards Program has produced the below publications. For those not linked online, please call (404) 657-6534.

Brochures

Download this pdf file.Brownfields and Public Health
Cancer and the Environment
Download this pdf file.Chemical Hazards Program
Georgia Environmental Health Careers
Health Effects of Odors
Landfill Gas and Odors
Naturally Occurring Asbestos in Georgia
Potential Long-Term Health Effects of Carbon Monoxide
Radium and Uranium in Public Drinking Water Supplies
Download this pdf file.Radon and Public Health
Recycle Your Analog Television
Download this pdf file.Recycling and Reusing Scrap Tires
Download this pdf file.Uranium in Private Water Wells
Download this pdf file.Well Water Quality and Testing
Women in Environmental Careers (WeCareers.org)
Women’s Guide to Eating Fish and Seafood

Fish Consumption Guidance (English and Spanish)

Eating Fish from Coastal Georgia
Eating Fish from the Coosa, Etowah, and Oostanaula Rivers
Eating Fish from Mid and South Georgia
Eating Fish from North Georgia

Hazardous Waste Reduction/Prevention

Download this pdf file.Integrated Pest Management for Homes
Integrated Pest Management for Schools
Neighborhood Chemical Swap Programs
Download this pdf file.Safe Alternative to Common Household Chemicals

Environmental Health Specialist Field Safety Series

Download this pdf file.Conduct Safe Inspections: Methamphetamine Labs
Conflict Resolution
Family Emergency Response Plan
Poisonous Plants and Animals in Georgia

Fact Sheets

BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Download this pdf file.Crematory Operations - Common Health Concerns
Download this pdf file.Gardening and Farming in Urban Areas
Household Hazardous Waste Reduction
Lead in Soil
Download this pdf file.Safe Use of Pest Control Products that Contain Naphthalene  
Download this pdf file.Naturally-occurring Arsenic in Private Water Wells
Mercury in Air
Download this pdf file.Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) in Fish
Download this pdf file.Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) in Fish
Propyl Mercaptan and Ethoprop in Air
Download this pdf file.Well Water Testing Recommendations

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