Environmental Health

Reducing Exposures to Hazardous Substances

Tools for New Jersey Schools, Child Care Centers, Residents, and Businesses

Maintaining a healthy environment begins at home. This practice is helpful for everyday choices in ensuring a healthier lifestyle, and especially useful in times of a public health crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. This webpage provides access to resources for New Jersey residents, schools, child care centers, and communities to assist in reducing exposures to hazardous substances and thus maintain healthier environments.


Residents

Drinking Water:

Mercury:

Radon:

Storm-Related Hazards:

Safe Gardening:

Sites in Your Community:

 

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Last Reviewed: 8/18/2022