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Focus on the Lead Chemical Action Plan

Publication number Date Published
09-07-031September 2009
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Author(s) Davies, Holly
Description The Washington Departments of Ecology and Health are recommending actions to protect human health and the environment from lead in the Lead Chemical Action Plan (CAP). Along with the valuable help of other agencies and a diverse group of stakeholders, the plan was developed to identify the dangers of lead, where it can be found in the environment, describe how people and animals are exposed and recommend ways to reduce its harm. The Lead CAP is a planning tool to guide statewide efforts. It is not a new law or regulation.
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Keywords action plan, legislature, law, health, chemical, Ecology, toxic, waste, PBTs, lead, chemical action plan, bioaccumulative

Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan