| For questions regarding Public Health topics, please contact the follow:
Jeannette Davison, Public Health Nurse Supervisor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Handles immunizations, public health clinics and public health screenings. (973) 962-4343
Jessica Kelly, Chilton Health Educator: Jessica.email@example.com
This service is part of a contract the Borough has with Chilton Medical Center and provides community outreach for a number of health related services in the Borough. (973) 831-5455
Lead Paint Removal - Protect your Children
If your home was built before 1978, lead paint on your walls, doors, windows and sills may be dangerous. For more information, www.epa.gov/lead.
Radon - What is it and Why is it a concern?
Radon is a radioactive gas that comes from the breakdown of naturally occurring uraninum in soil and rock. It is invisible, odorless and tasteless and can only be detected by specialized tests. Radon enters homes through openings that are in contact with the ground, such as cracks in the foundation, small openings around pipes and sump pits.
For more information, www.njradon.org.
Volatile Organic Compounds in Drinking Water
What to know about volatile organic compounds in drinking water and what you should do if you find them in your water. For information, take a look at this pamphlet from the New Jersey Department of Health. For other informational material on drinking water, click around the site.
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