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Advocates Press Cleveland City Council For Lead Paint Rental Registry
A coalition of community groups plans to put forward a ballot initiative to require all rental property in Cleveland

American Lung Association warns about the dangers of radon
Radon is a naturally occurring gas that hides invisibly in homes, and yet is the nation’s second-leading cause of lung cancer.

Akron to plan new police headquarters, courthouse after accepting Ocasek Building
Akron’s newest mayor had a “wild idea” about a year into office, somewhere beyond the skywalk leaving City Hall

BREATHE EASY: HEALTHIER INDOOR AIR IN COLD WEATHER, PART 2
Once you’ve tackled your home’s entryways and living room, you’ve already taken significant steps toward improving your indoor air

Wickliffe man could be evicted from historic home due to lead paint
Homeowners know some big repair bills come with the territory when they buy a house.

EPA begins hazardous waste cleanup at Carlisle building
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is removing hazardous waste and securing the former Carlisle’s store

Attorney says Oregon Youth Authority knowingly exposed children, workers to asbestos
Jason Kafoury, an attorney for a former Oregon Youth Authority employee, told KATU the man was fired

Mold: What You Need to Know to Cut Your Risk
Mold can be found anywhere – on shower curtains, house siding or tree trunks. It grows in almost any color, and it thrives in damp, warm, humid places, sprouting up year-round.

17 Simple Ways to Prevent Air Pollution in Your Home
Keeping the air quality high in your home, car and workplace is important for your health. Find out how to minimize indoor air pollution.

Asbestos release costs Cleveland businessman $7.8 million and five years in prison
Gattarello owned and controlled several garbage-hauling businesses in Cleveland, including Reach Out Disposal, All Points Rubbish Disposal and Axelrod Rubbish Recycling.

5 Ways Poor Indoor Air Quality is Costing You
Indoor air pollution is anywhere from two to five times higher that is normally encountered out doors.

Asbestos Stirs Concern Over Construction Plans
Removal of the cancer-causing material wasn’t included in initial plans for the school system’s revitalization

5 Ways to Show Support During Asbestos Awareness Week
Late last week, the Senate passed Resolution 125 to designate the first week of April as National Asbestos Awareness Week.

4th Patient Infected During Mold Outbreak at Hospital Dies
A fourth transplant patient who contracted a fungal infection during a mold outbreak at a western Pennsylvania hospital has died, officials said Sunday.
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