The Lead and Healthy Homes program helps families who have elevated lead levels. Children should be tested for lead at age 1 and 2. You can learn more about lead safety from the Environmental Protection Agency. The City also has resources available for landlords.
|What tenants need to know: the Philadelphia Lead Disclosure and Certification Law pdf||Information for tenants about the Philadelphia Lead Paint Disclosure and Certification Law.||November 8, 2018|
|Five things you can do to prevent lead poisoning pdf||Information and easy-to-follow tips about reducing the risk of lead exposure in the home.||November 8, 2018|
|Water and lead concerns: Frequently Asked Questions pdf||Information about lead poisoning and the safety of Philadelphia's water supply.||November 8, 2018|
|Is there lead in your soil ? (And what you can do about it) pdf||Information about how to avoid lead exposure from soil, including safe gardening tips.||November 8, 2018|
|Renovate Right (English) pdf||A pamphlet from the Environmental Protection Agency that contractors must provide to homeowners and tenants before starting work.||November 8, 2018|
|Renovate Right (Español) pdf||A pamphlet from the Environmental Protection Agency that contractors must provide to homeowners and tenants before starting work.||November 8, 2018|