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About the Indoor Environments Program

The Program works to protect health by reducing the public’s exposures to mold, asbestos- containing materials, lead-based paint hazards, and many other indoor environmental pollutants.

The Program has four major projects: 

Technical Support and Research Project
Consults on construction, redevelopment and other projects where hazardous substances are present. Conducts investigative and research studies on the potential health risks of exposures to environmental contaminants.

Training and Certification Project
Trains and certifies individuals to conduct work in the lead-based paint and asbestos abatement industries.

Compliance Assistance Project
Provides information to help contractors, schools, and others conduct projects that comply with federal and state law and regulation.  Field inspectors may help manage environmental hazards.

Indoor Environmental Health Assessment Project
Licensing of Indoor Environmental Consultants and oversees Indoor Environmental Health Assessments performed in Child Care Centers and K-12 Educational Facilities (public, private and charter schools).  

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Program Contact Information

Phone: 609-826-4950
Fax: 609-826-4975

Department of Health

P. O. Box 360, Trenton, NJ 08625-0360
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