The mission of the Environmental Protection Agency
is to protect human health and the environment.
Since 1970, EPA has been working for a cleaner,
healthier environment for the American people.
Department of the Environment
The mission of the Maryland Department
of the Environment (MDE) is to protect and restore
the quality of Maryland’s air, water, and
land resources, while fostering smart growth, economic
development, healthy and safe communities, and quality
environmental education for the benefit of the environment,
public health, and future generations.
to End Childhood Lead Poisoning
The Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning
is committed to the creation of resources, programs,
and policies to prevent childhood lead poisoning
and home-based environmental health hazards. We
work in collaboration with families, community organizations,
educators, government agencies, insurers, property
owners, and health care providers to construct real,
attainable and cost-effective means to create lead-safe
and healthy homes.
Owners Association of Maryland
The POAMD is concerned about the Lead Paint
situation as we have to comply with Maryland Lead
laws passed in 1996 as well as Federal EPA regulations.
County Health Department
Washington County Health Department is
committed to serving our community by promoting,
protecting and improving the health of every citizen.
Industrial Hygiene Association
The American Industrial Hygiene Association is one
of the largest international associations serving
the needs of occupational and environmental health
professionals practicing industrial hygiene in industry,
government, labor, academic institutions, and independent