New EPA Booklet: Protecting Children from Lead Exposures

Since the 1970s, EPA and its state, tribal, and local governmental partners have made tremendous progress in reducing children's lead exposures and lead-related health risks. EPA efforts to reduce lead exposures and prevent lead poisoning include a wide range of activities such as funding for community interventions and outreach, education and training, surveillance, and regulation and enforcement.

EPA is committed to reducing lead exposures from multiple sources including: paint, water, ambient air, and soil and dust contamination, especially among children who are the most vulnerable to the effects of lead.


Access the booklet and learn more about what EPA is doing to protect children from lead exposures.
Source: U.S. EPA